Village of Corrales
Wagner Farms and Rio Grande Valley Chile
Corrales is sandwiched between two of the largest cities in the state, Albuquerque and Rio Rancho. The community has every urban amenity within a stone’s throw from the farm.
The main drag, Corrales Road, passes by several dining options, from the culinary excellence and well rounded wine menu of Indigo Crow to the comfort food at Hannah & Nate’s and Perea’s (fantastic chile cheese burger). Additionally, all of the above have great patios with shade.
Corrales Bistro Brewery provides excellent the tap options. You can park your horse out back in the designated horse parking. Village Pizza is the ‘go-to’ pizza joint. They don’t do delivery, but they do equestrian drive-thru.
Parades are very popular, because they provide a good excuse to pull out all the tractors, trot out the horses and dress up the goats (and a variety of other pets) in comical costumes. The 4th of July festivities and Harvest Festival in late September are two of the larger events, but those certainly aren’t the only parades.
Alameda Land Grant
Country Living Across from New Mexico’s Largest City
Fresh fruits, vegetables, honey and flowers grown locally. The regular season begins in late April with the weekly Growers Market held every Sunday through November from 9AM-12PM. The Wednesday Market runs from July-October from 3PM-6PM.
The Winter Market runs from December-April on the first Sunday of every month from 11AM-1PM. Calendar
Arts in the Park
Held on the fields next to the Growers Market once a month from June-October, with a holiday art festival culminating the season. Many visitors may be surprised by the variety and quality of art found in the village. Many talented artists live in Corrales. Indeed, the community’s creativity is on full display during studio tours and at the local galleries. Contemporary to whimsical, painting to sculpture and crafts.
The Corrales Society of Artists organizes studio tours throughout the summer to promote local artists. Check for details about upcoming tours and other events.
The Corrales Cultural Arts Council
What was started by a few dedicated people, who recognized the importance of music to people’s lives, has grown into an organization that brings exceptional musicians to the Historic Old San Ysidro Church. Furthermore, their audience is no longer just neighbors. People from Albuquerque and Rio Rancho have discovered the small, intimate performances.
B & B
- Corrales Comment
- Corrales Historical Society
- Sandoval County Master Gardeners
- Corrales Main Street
- Corrales Real Estate
- Village of Corrales
Corrales Garden Tour
July 4th Parade
Spanish Colonial Arts Show
Holiday Art Fest & Starlight Parade