Own 8.55 acres river front property with 3.3 acres feet of irrigation water rights from a spring and the Parkview Ditch. This beautiful property spans both sides of the Rio Chama with access to the river from either side. It's been used as farmland to harvest Timothy hay and it's been grazed by livestock. This rural residential lot would be the ideal place for a homesite. RV's are also welcome. Power is on the property and there is a working well for water. The east parcel is fenced. Chama is 11 miles north. Enjoy outdoor activities at Heron Lake and El Vado Lake State Parks or stay home and fish in your own backyard!
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 http://www.ohwy.com/nm/e/edsarswa.htm
Visit Tierra Wools for a peek at their weaving, workshop, gallery, and gift shop.http://www.handweavers.com
Chama is home to the historic Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad . https://cumbrestoltec.com 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 http://www.emnrd.nm.gov 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. https://www.recreation.gov/camping/gateways/16…
For dining and drinks, visit the 19th century building called Foster's Hotel and Bar http://fosters1881.com .
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. https://pagosaoutside.com/rafting