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Travel Guide New Mexico tm Sandoval County Rio Rancho New Mexico

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In a state with a history and culture as rich and as old as New Mexico's, Rio Rancho shines. In the heart of New Mexico, this City of vision offers many ways to enjoy the area's historic past, experience the colorful present, and meet the future.
History beckons with nearby attractions in New Mexico that evolved over the centuries, with the Anasazi Indians and visits from the Hispanic explorer Coronado, to create a unique cultural tapestry of traditions and legends. The City of Rio Rancho began in the 1960s on 55,000 acres of land on the outskirts of Albuquerque. Today, Rio Rancho offers a cultural diversity within its population of 75,000.
Rio Rancho is New Mexico's fastest growing and safest city. The City of Vision offers a relatively modern history, a wide range of cultural diversity, a contemporary infrastructure, and a visitor-friendly atmosphere. Wide-open vistas and the addition of modern amenities make the City of Rio Rancho truly a visionary place to visit.
The future is growing in Rio Rancho. As we take Rio Rancho into a vibrant and exciting new future, we invite you to see our City of Vision. The City Center downtown plans events, sports, and conventions at Santa Ana Star Center. We offer unique restaurants, specialty retailers, theaters, a movie studio, production facilities, and more.

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