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Vermejo Park Ranch
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Vermejo Park offers an unparalleled opportunity to hunt and fish in one of the last large tracts of land that still resembles the West before we altered it almost beyond recognition in the last century.
Vermejo Park Ranch is the largest contiguous deeded ranch in New Mexico, containing 588,000 acres (about three quarters the size of Rhode Island).
The ranch has elevations ranging from 6,400’ to 12,960’ covering six biogeographic life zones.
Wildlife on the property include: 8,000 to 10,000 elk, 3,000 to 4,000 deer, 2,000 bison, 183 bird species identified, including bald and golden eagles. Tree species include: bristlecone pine, ponderosa and piñon pines, aspen, juniper, oak, spruce, and Douglas and white firs.
More than 40,000 pounds of trout are stocked annually.
Hiking & Biking
Vermejo Park Ranch is open to the public for hiking and mountain biking. For more information, contact the ranch directly.