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Salman Raspberry Ranch

A visit to the National Historic Site of Salman Raspberry Ranch is an historic walk into the 19th Century. Take a beautiful day trip and travel the "Enchanted Circle" from Santa Fe through Las Vegas, the birthplace of New Mexico’s statehood.The U Pick It Season is usually mid-late August - mid-Oct until 1st frost.  Our Store is open with this year's delicious raspberry products 7 days a week from June to December.



Address: Intersection of NM 518 and NM 442, La Cueva. NM 87712  MAP


Store: Daily July thru Dec:9am-5pm.

Jan thru June: Thurs-Mon: 9am - 4pm

Click link or call for U PICK IT date

Phone: (866) 281-1515CALL

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About 1hour 20 minutes from Santa Fe, nestled in the eastern foothills of the beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range, the Salman Raspberry Ranch consists of seven acres of raspberries grown with attention to every detail. No herbicides or pesticides are used on the crop, and customers often eat their berries straight from the vine. Dogs are permitted, on leashes, and they love to pick up the berries dropped on the ground. After picking until your two, four, or ten pound containers are filled, a trip to the Cafe for a salad, sandwich, or frito pie along with something really sweet and cold like the SALMAN RANCH RASPBERRY SUNDAES is clearly in order. The Store is filled with beautiful crafts, photography, and gourmet food products, and the baskets are filled with our raspberry products (we mail throughout the U.S). In Nov and Dec, the Store is filled with shoppers looking for unique NM products. After berry picking, you could take the kids to visit the Victory Alpaca Ranch just outside of Mora.
Take I 25 from Santa Fe to Exit 343 (Las Vegas).Take NM 518, follow 518 to Mora. Go 25 miles north to La Cueva. Turn right at the intersection of NM 518 and NM 442.Turn right at the Salman Ranch sign onto NM 442. Several hundred feet to the right is the access to the raspberry field.On the left is the Grist Mill and the Salman Ranch Store.

Read my blog post about A Day Trip To Salman Ranch.