: Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ)
: Alvarado Transportation Center
: Pan American Freeway (US25)
: Tijuana Bar
: Sandia Peak Ski Area
: Desert Greens Golf Course
: Indigo Crow
Corrales, voted by Money Magazine to be one of America's top 25 small towns, is a small, treasured oasis located near a fast-growing metropolitan area. The village is bordered on the east by the Rio Grande and, across the river, by the Sandia Indian Reservation. To the south is the City of Albuquerque, to the west and north is the City of Rio Rancho. The greater metropolitan area numbers over a half million people, but Corrales, about 7300 in population, retains a rural lifestyle. Photographers and artists come to Corrales for magnificent views of ancient cottonwoods, the many examples of adobe Pueblo architecture both old and new, for the gardens, irrigation acequias and family farms, and for the constantly changing play of the New Mexico light. It is a peaceful place, with interesting shops, wineries, world-class restaurants and wonderful, creative people, unique festivals, endless sports and outdoors activities, and extensive wildlife.