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'''Corrales''' is a village on the west bank of the Rio Grande, in [[central New Mexico]]. Despite being in the [[Albuquerque]] metro area, between [[Rio Rancho]] and [[Bernalillo]], it has held on to its rural roots. The main (and only) road through Corrales is two lanes and 25 mph and almost all the shops along it are locally owned. There are almost always local events from farmer's markets to heritage celebrations.
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'''Corrales''' is a village on the west bank of the Rio Grande, in [[central New Mexico]]. Despite being in the [[Albuquerque]] metro area, between [[Rio Rancho]] and [[Bernalillo]], it has held on to its rural roots. The main (and only) road through Corrales is two lanes and 25 mph and almost all the shops along it are locally owned. There are almost always local events from farmer's markets to heritage celebrations.
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*Corrales Equestrian Advisory Board (CEAB)
 
*Corrales Equestrian Advisory Board (CEAB)
 
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Revision as of 16:57, 28 February 2009

Corrales is a village on the west bank of the Rio Grande, in central New Mexico. Despite being in the Albuquerque metro area, between Rio Rancho and Bernalillo, it has held on to its rural roots. The main (and only) road through Corrales is two lanes and 25 mph and almost all the shops along it are locally owned. There are almost always local events from farmer's markets to heritage celebrations.

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See

Corrales Bosque Preserve

Do

Corrales is known as an equestrian community and has a special interest in trails, of which it has an abundance.

  • Corrales Bosque Trail[1]

Buy

Eat

Drink

Sleep

Contact

Local organizations involved in trail advocacy, building, and maintenance include:[2]

  • Corrales Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC)
  • Corrales Bosque Advisory Commission (CBAC)
  • Corrales Equestrian Advisory Board (CEAB)
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