Beautifully wooded lot. Property includes an underground water system, underground electric, phone, High speed internet, and well maintained gravel roads.
Spring Canyon is easily accessible and quickly becoming one of the most exclusive New Mexico land buys. With owner financing available, these parcels wont last long!
Our vacation lots are less than two miles from Highway 60 and just 10 minutes from the town of Quemado. Spring Canyon Ranch is also less than 30 minutes from Quemado Lake and its 800-acre recreation area, which includes the 131-acre man-made trout lake with two fishing piers, two boat ramps, seven developed campgrounds, one primitive campground, and links to more than seven miles of hiking trails. The lake is nestled amongst pion-juniper woodlands and pine forests at an elevation of 7,860 feet. Stocked with rainbow trout in fall, winter and spring months, the lake offers year-round fishing, including warm water fishing for channel catfish and small mouth bass during the summer months.
Owners will have direct access (on foot or horseback) to the National Forest. With a central water system, underground electric and phone, year-round maintained gravel roads and a community center/future fire station, you can start building your dream getaway or retirement home right away. Sensible restrictions will assure your property values are maintained.
Thanks to its incomparable natural beauty, abundant wildlife, and high country peacefulness, our New Mexico land is the ideal investment for your future. Spring Canyon Ranch offers a wonderful setting for a second home or recreational retreat. Our hospitable real estate experts at Hitching Post Land Company are available to help you and your family find your own piece of the American Southwest.
New Mexico land provides a safe real estate opportunity and one of the most picturesque locations in the United States. Come see the unprecedented beauty of our New Mexico land and discover the wonder of the Land of Enchantment.
Directions to the Land
From Phoenix: Take Highway 60 through Globe, Showlow and Springerville and continue east to Quemado. Or, you may choose to go Highway 87 through Payson and proceed on Highway 260 to Show Low, then take Highway 60 to Springerville and east to Quemado. Once you arrive in town, look for the brown and yellow Hitching Post Land Co. sign on the north side of the highway.
From Tucson: Take Highway 77 to Globe and then east on Highway 60 through Showlow and Springerville then continue east to Quemado. Or, you may choose to go east on I-10 to exit 352 (Highway 191), go north to Safford, then east on Highway 70 until you reach the junction of Highway 191. Go north on Highway 191 continuing on to Highway 78 into New Mexico; at the junction of Highways 78 and 180, go north on Highway 180, then go east on Highway 12 through Reserve to Highway 32. Go north to Highway 60, then east towards Quemado. Once you arrive in town, look for the brown and yellow Hitching Post Land Co. on the north side of the highway.
Traveling from New Mexico
Directions to Quemado
From Albuquerque: An easy two and a half-hour drive. Take I-40 west to exit 89 (Stuckey's) and go south on Highway 117 to State Highway 36 then turn left (south) to Highway 60. The Hitching Post Land Co. office is on your left at the intersection of highways 60 and 36.
From Las Cruces: Take Highway 25 north to Socorro then take Highway 60 west to Quemado. The Hitching Post Land Co. office is on your left at the intersection of highways 60 and 36.
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