is located west of Albuquerque. Interstate 10 goes through county. Grants New Mexico is the county seat.
|Apn#||Size +/- (Acre)||Legal Description (info Link)||Utilities||Notes - GPS (approx)||$$$$/intuse|
|several parcels||various >||PINE MEADOWS RANCH||none. power in area||VARIOUS PARCELS in PINE MEADOWS||< < varies|
|R03828 *||17.59||HOMESTEAD Lot 13||none||SE: 34.91952 , -108.4554 ; NE: 34.92044 , -108.45485||17,500 gppp|
|R14039||4.97||Zuni Canyon Vistas Lot 82||none||GPS center : 35.1435 , -107.8945 dirt road. 2.5 miles SW of Grants||1,600 SOLD `gpp|
|R07520 *||5.06||Daniel, Block 5, Lot 2||at road||GPS(approx.): 34.88474 , -108.48738 few trees. Bodean rd||7,500 ipp|
|R04578 *||5.77||Daniel, Block 4, Lot 11||GPS(approx.): 34.87894 , -108.48809 trees. Davids Rock rd||6,000 onpp|
|R02533 *||5.69||Garfield, Block 3 , Lot 9||GPS(approx.): 34.88936 , -108.506263 BootHill rd. & Boot Bay||6,900 ogpp|
|R06004 ?||10.0||Easy Living, Lot 20||none||: SW: 34.93562 , -108.4993 ; E: 34.93696 , -108.49608, creek through property||8,900 ipp|
|R10480 *||8.544||Great White Father, Lot 39||pump||GPS(approx.): 34.94848 , -108.47111 Eagle Hill road, trees||25,000 oipp|
|R12233 *||20.01||El Morro Ranches, Unit 2, Lot 136A||power 1/4-1/2 mile||GPS(approx.): 35.07288 , -108.22144 Sawmill Canyon rd. Ramah, zip 873211||39,900 ngpp SOLD|
|R03093 *||40.0||T6N, R14W, sec. 10, SE4NE4||none||GPS(approx.): W rd: 34.76381 , -108.29635 ; S rd: 34.76257 , -108.29356 about 11 miles SE of Pine Hill. hill on property||14,500 agpp|
|R15214 *||.51||Gabaldon Block 14, Unit 3, lots 17,18,19, 20||8 adjoining lots totalling 1.06 ac||5000 for|
|R15191 *||.55||Gabaldon Block 14, Unit 3, lots 1,2,3,4||" must be sold together||all 8 lots|
|R17030 *||.71||Gabaldon Block 15, Unit 3, lots 1,2,3,4,5||GPS front center: 35.16067 , -107.86875||2500 all 5|
|R16996 ?||1.0||Gabaldon Block 13, Unit 3, Lots 7-14||lot 6||Gps curve in circle 35.16078 , -107.87051||6000 all 8|
|R15599 *||1.2||Gabaldon Block 15, Unit 3, Lots 18-25||
Huge Views overlooking town of Grants
|R18625 *||1.45||Gabaldon Block 15, Unit 3 , Lots 1-9||Huge Views overlooking town of Grants * must be sold together||all 17 lots|
|R21410 *||19.5||Indian Knolls Ranch Lot 16||On Native Drum Pass . borders State lands about 30 miles NW Quemado||29,000|
|R14572 *||60'x105||Jelso-Sakelares Block 7, lot 33||1224 Washington in Grants||2500|
Natural Wonders & Historic Places
El Morro National Monument
The ruins atop the mesa were one of the "Seven Cities of Gold." Carvings and messages were left by Anasazi, as well as conquistadors and historic travelers on the famous "Inscription Rock."
El Malpais National Monument
Explore 126,000 acres of "Frozen Fire" containing some of the most awesome lava and sandstone formations on earth. This badlands district of expansive lava flows, surreal ice caves and towering arches is also home to eagles, deer, elk, and antelope. It's just moments away from Grants and is a sight you will never forget.
Ice Caves and Bandera Crater
Cooling underground airflow maintains the perpetual mass of ice. Nearby, Bandera Crater offers a glimpse of how one of New Mexico's many volcanoes erupted.
Chaco Culture National Historic Park
This impressive collection of ruins is what's left of the most important settlements of the Anasazi, an advanced Indian culture that thrived between A.D. 750 and 1300. Explore the vast archeology ruins including underground ceremonial kivas and communal dwellings.
At the heart of Cibola County, rises 11,301' Mt. Taylor. Among the towering Ponderosa Pine, you'll discover nature trails, scenic vistas, and wonderful picnic spots. Nothing beats Mt. Taylor for year round recreation - hiking, mountain biking, running, cross country skiing and snowshoeing.
Bluewater Lake State Park
Fishing for rainbow trout or catfish, camping, boating, and hiking are just some of the attractions. Just 25 miles west of Grants, you can enjoy this versatile vacation spot year round.