The best of Southwestern history, cattle ranching, and big game hunting all converge at Purple Rock Ranch just east of Ramah, New Mexico. This 2170+/- acre property features two lovely homes and makes a very private retreat tucked away among the grasslands and pines at the edge of the Zuni Mountains. Big game hunters in particular will be drawn to the trophy bull elk that inhabit the area, but anyone who appreciates the charm of the Southwest will be captivated by the big skies and serenity of Purple Rock Ranch.
Native Americans have made the area around Purple Rock Ranch their home for literally thousands of years, testified by the Zuni and Navajo Reservations still located nearby. Only a few miles south of the ranch lies the El Morro National Monument, featuring ancient pueblo ruins, and Inscription Rock, with Spanish inscriptions dating as far back as 1605.