Northern New Mexico Mountain Property in Ticonderoga

0 Badger Park 4, Ticonderoga S/D, Chama, New Mexico, 87520



MLS: 30014-42130

16.05 Acres

What You Should Know

  • Ticonderoga Subdivision

  • Big Game Hunting In New Mexico

  • Sangre de Cristo Mountains

  • Fishing in the Chavez Creek

  • Stocked Trout Ponds

  • 400 Acres of Recreational Land

  • Level Building Pad for Home

  • Gated Entrance & Great Access

Why You'll Love It

Hunting and Fishing Land in the Rocky Mountains

Beautiful mountain building site with incredible views and great access.  Badger Park has it's own locked gate.  This property features a cleared and level building pad and has electric power available in the road at the property line.  Badger Park 4 is part of the Ticonderoga Subdivision and as a property owner you have access to about 400 acres of recreational conservation area, including the free flowing Chavez Creek and many stocked trout ponds that all offer excellent fishing.  There is a shared well that the new owner can hook up to.  The water would have to be piped to the new building site or the owner could put in their own private well.  This area offers outdoor activities of all kinds;  including, outstanding big game hunting, fishing, hiking, and boating in Northern New Mexico's Heron Lake.  This property is contiguous with Badger Park 5 which is 8.01 acres, listing  #30014-42140 for sale by the same owner.

The Top Attractions to Visit in and around Chama, NM

Enjoy outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, biking trails, camping, horseback riding, and more in the Edward Sargent Wildlife Management Area

Visit Tierra Wools for a peek at their weaving, workshop, gallery, and gift shop.

Chama is home to the historic Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad .  It is the longest and highest narrow-gauge railroad in the U.S.  It holdsa spot as a National and State Registered Historic Site; as well as a National Civil Engineering Landmark.  Enjoy the well preserved museum and the train ride through the Rocky Mountains of New Mexico and the lower part of Colorado!

Heron Lake State Park is a picturesque lake set among tall pines.  The "quiet lake" is excellent  for sailboats and all types of paddle craft because it is a no-wake lake.  This State Park is the ideal place for camping, hiking, fishing, boating, and paddle boarding.

Quiet Coves, Kokanee salmon, and birdwatching are few reasons El Vado Lake State Park is a must see.  It's also popular for its 5.5 mile scenic trail along the Rio Chama that connects El Vado Lake to Heron Lake.… 

For dining and drinks, visit the 19th century building called Foster's Hotel and Bar .

Just an hour's drive north of Chama into Colorado is a full day of shopping, dining, and water activities in the San Juan River and the hot springs.

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Where You'll Find It

  • Street Address: 0 Badger Park 4, Ticonderoga S/D
  • City: Chama
  • State: New Mexico
  • County: Rio Arriba


Carrie Smith

Associate Broker