Rio Arriba County, situated on the northern border of New Mexico, was founded in 1852 as settlers moved across the great expanse of land known as the U.S. Nowadays, this charming and still authentic county represents a great place to settle down in, complete with all the things you’ll need to live a satisfying life. The first thing you need to know is that this county is is filled with beautiful landscapes. Ghost Ranch is a great place to go to see wonderful canyons and landscapes, while simultaneously learning the history of the state— Ghost Ranch was the home and studio of Georgia O’Keefe, the famous artist. So you’ll get to see all that inspired her. Other amazing points of interest include the Puye Cliff Dwellings, old native dwellings in a cliffside, Abiquiu Lake, which is perfect for any water related activity, and the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad, for a fun ride and great views. You will also love to relax and have long walks at the El Vado Lake State Park. Rio Arriba County is a great place to move if you are family-oriented. With great school systems, an incredibly low cost of living, an active community, and a very safe area, Rio Arriba County is a perfect fit for families. And family hikes in the numerous mountains in the area, or bike rides, make for great weekends. Rio Arriba is a fun and cheerful place. Check out its homes ranging across all different styles, sizes, and prices. With 16 well-known builders crafting amazing homes and communities in the area, you are sure to find just what you’re looking for. New Home Source has all the details, so check it out today for your new home in Rio Arriba County.