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Nestled in the Rio Grande Valley, the Village of Corrales offers a seven mile stretch of old-style, New Mexican charm.

Corrales is a rich agricultural community and has been the site of irrigated agriculture for more than 1,300 years. Corrales’ annual Harvest Festival highlights October and lively farmers’ markets are scheduled every weekend from July through October.

Stay on the main road and visit eclectic shops, historic buildings and restaurants or take a stroll through the nearby Rio Grande Bosque Preserve, home to more than 180 species of birds.

From I-25 take the Alameda exit 233 heading west then head north on NM 448. Or, from US 550 head south on NM 528 then east on NM 448.

For more information, call 877-700-8345.