The Village of Angel Fire is a popular ski resort town of about 1,100 residents set in the beautiful Sangre De Cristo mountains of northern New Mexico. It was named Angel Fire because of the "fire" that lights the high peaks at sunrise and sunset.
Angel Fire's Seasons
Summers in Angel Fire are clear, sunny, mild days, with the temperatures in the 70's and low humidity. Fall is crisp and dry with the golden glow of beautiful scenery. Winter days are usually in the 30's, with the average snowfall of 210" by Halloween. All of this helps make Angel Fire real estate the perfect place to enjoy all the recreational sports available or just bask in the tranquility of the wilderness.
Angel Fire Schools
Students living in Angel Fire attend the only school available in the city, Moreno Valley High Charter School, overseen by the Cimarron Municipal Schools system. Elementary and middle school students attend Eagle Nest Elementary & Middle School, located approximately 12 miles away.
Recreation in Angel Fire
Whatever your outdoor passion is, you can find it in Angel Fire real estate. During the winter, the Angel Fire Resort offers alpine skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiles and more. During the summer, there is mountain biking, hiking, horseback rides, ATV tours and New Mexico's 1st Ziplines. If you're looking to just relax, take a swim in the pool or enjoy the beautiful scenery.
For the golfer, the Angel Fire Country Club has 18 hole courses through unspoiled areas of aspens, spruce and pinon. They also offer tennis courts, miniature golf, a climbing wall and campfire activities.
The Colin Neblett Wildlife Area located in the Cimarron Canyon State Park has Tolby Creek is a fly fisherman's dream. The river is stocked with trout from mid-spring to early fall.
With all there is to do in Angel Fire real estate, you will find yourself wanting to come back again and again.
Angel Fire Demographics
Med Household Income: $46,500
Med Home Value: $242,100
Bed & Breakfast
Search for homes
in Angel Fire
Search the MLS