Abiquiu Tourist Attractions

Ghost Ranch Living Museum
ABiquiu, NM 87510
505 753-2155
A museum of conservation, ecology and heritage located in northern New Mexico in the landscape immortalized by painter Georgia O'Keeffe.

Ghost Ranch was given to the Presbyterian Church in 1955 by Arthur and Pheobe Pack. The 21,000 acres that comprise Ghost Ranch were part of a land grant to Pedro Martin Serrano from the King of Spain in 1766. The grant was called Piedra Lumbre (shining rock). The name "Ghost Ranch," or the local name "El Rancho de los Brujos," was derived from the many tales of ghosts and legends of hangings in the Ranch's history.

You can take a class or enjoy the B&B or conference facilities at Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu and make O'Keeffe the focus of your stay by combining the Georgia O'Keeffe and Ghost Ranch Landscape Tour with the Georgia O'Keeffe Home and Studio Tour. .

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Fishing Info: Abiquiú Lake is has approximately 5000 surface acres in which about 2,000 acres of former Ghost Ranch land.

Largemouth and smallmouth bass are available in the reservoir as well as Rainbow Trout, Walleye, Kokanee Salmon, Channel Catfish with an occasional White Crappie, Bluegill, and Brown Trout being caught.

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