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Northeast Region, NM
LandWatch has thousands of land listings and ranches for sale in New Mexico's Northeast region, including farms, ranches, land for homesites, land auctions and more. Based on recent LandWatch data, the Northeast region of New Mexico ranks second in the state for the combined acreage currently for sale. LandWatch recently had $476 million of land listings and rural property for sale in Northeast region, a slight drop compared to last month. This represents a total of 199,275 acres of land for sale. The average price of land and ranches for sale here is $371,818, a 3 percent gain compared to figures last month.

New Mexico's Northeast region encompasses the northeast corner of the state, bordering Colorado to the north and Oklahoma and Texas to the east. The largest city in the region is Las Vegas, with other communities being Raton, Clayton, Mora, Santa Rosa and Tucumcari. Historically this area on the Santa Fe Trail was home to pioneers and cattle barons, and remains home to many working ranches and rugged cowboys. Dozens of films have been filmed in the Las Vegas area, including Easy Rider and True Grit. The Las Vegas, NM Film Trail highlights many of the sites used for filming. Historic preservation and support of the arts and cultural activities in Las Vegas have provided the community with an economic boost by creating jobs, spurring new businesses and attracting private investment. Agriculture and food production contributes greatly to the local economy, with education and mining of gold, silver and other metals being the third highest industry of employment. New Mexico Highlands University and Luna Community College are located in this region.

The land in this region is mostly plains, with shortgrass prairie dotted with lakes. There are several protected areas in the region, including three national sites and 14 state sites. Most notable are Cimarron Canyon State Park, with spectacular palisade cliffs and clear running streams, Clayton Lake State Park, with excellent fishing, Colin Neblett State Wildlife Area, Conchas Lake State Park, offering water activities including boating, fishing and waterskiing, Coyote Creek State Park, Las Vegas National Wildlife Refuge, Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge, Morphy Lake State Park, Santa Rosa Lake State Park, another popular place for fishing, Storrie Lake State Park, Sugarite Canyon State Park, Sumner Lake State Park, Ute Lake State Park, with some of the best walleye fishing in the state, and Villanueva State Park, with beautiful red sandstone bluffs along the Pecos River. Some other attractions in this region include Fort Union New Mexico True, Hertzstein Memorial Museum, showcasing the history of the old west, Las Vegas downtown, featuring more than 900 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, Los Pinos Guest Ranch, a historic family-operated guest ranch surrounded by Pecos Wilderness, Mora Arts and Cultural Compound, Pecos National Historic Park, Raton Arts and Cultural District and Route 66 Museum.

Colfax County is located in the northwestern corner of New Mexico's Northeast region and borders Colorado to the north. Raton is the only city and the county seat, and there is one town and around 20 other villages and unincorporated communities. A large portion of the county is in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, causing a diverse range of prairies, forests and alpine-like meadows. The county's economy is based on ranching and mining, but tourism also plays a major role. The county offers an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities including skiing, snowboarding, fishing, hunting, hiking, shooting, golfing, camping and wildlife viewing. There are several ski resorts in the county, and a number of protected areas, which include part of Carson National Forest, part of Kiowa National Grassland, Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge, a feeding and resting area for migratory birds, Sugarite Canyon State Park, Cimarron Canyon State Park and Eagle Nest Lake State Park. There are several historic sites, most notably St. James Hotel, the Shuler Theater, Springer Museum, showcasing exhibits and artifacts pertaining to the Santa Fe Trail and early pioneering life, Brown Hotel and the Philmont Scout Range Mansion. There are a number of events throughout the year, including rodeos, festivals and parades.

San Miguel County is located in the west-central area of New Mexico's Northeast region. Las Vegas is the only city and the county seat, and there are more than 25 other villages census-designated places and other communities. San Miguel County has an endless number of outdoor activities, including camping, fishing, trail riding, water skiing and windsurfing in the warmer months, and ice skating, sledding, cross country and downhill skiing in the winter. Las Vegas National Wildlife Refuge, part of Pecos National Historical Park, part of the Santa Fe National Forest, Storrie Lake State Park, Villanueva State Park, McAllister Lake State Park, Gallinas River (Canyon) Recreation Area, Conchas Lake, several golf courses, and a guest ranch are all located in the county. San Miguel County also boasts authentic southwestern cuisine, rodeos fiestas and deep-seated culture. The agricultural sector is the county's primary industry, with the state government also being a large employer. New Mexico Highlands University and Luna Community College are located in the county, and in Las Vegas.

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