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Cleveland Roller Mill Museum
Location: Cleveland Roller Mill Museum, highway 518 – mile marker 31 in Cleveland, NM (2 miles NW of Mora)
From Santa Fe/ABQ: drive north on I-25 to Las Vegas and take exit 343, and get on hwy 518 and drive 32 miles to Cleveland, NM (2 miles north of Mora on Hwy 518.) Turn right at the Cleveland Roller Mill sign. Travel time is about 1 hour 45 minutes from SF; 2 hours 45 minutes from ABQ.
From Taos: drive 44 miles southeast on Hwy 518 to Cleveland. Watch for the Mill sign on the left side of the road and turn left at the sign. Travel time is approximately 1 hour.
The Cleveland Roller Mill Museum is located in a flour mill built at the end of the 19th century.

The Cleveland Roller Mill Museum is located in a flour mill built at the end of the 19th century and operated until the early 1940’s in the beautiful Mora Valley in northeastern New Mexico.  The mill’s machinery remains intact and has been restored significantly to the point that it can be operated for demonstration purposes.
The museum preserves the history of milling in northeastern New Mexico through photographs, documents and physical exhibits and makes this unique history available to all who wish to see it. We now are placing this history and images on the web in order to enrich the lives of people who are unable to travel to the mill site to view the museum in person.

Cleveland Roller Mill Museum
(505) 387- 2645
La Cueva Farm
La Cueva Farm is located at La Cueva, at the intersection of Highways 442 and 518, about five miles east of Mora.
The La Cueva Farm lies in the area known today as La Cueva Historical District.

The La Cueva Farm lies in the area known today as La Cueva Historical District. In the early 19th century the governor of the New Mexico Territory granted 32,000 acres to Vicente Romero and his wife, Josefa. The Romeros tended their flocks of sheep and fished the streams and rivers on the land. They slept at night in nearby caves (“cuevas,” in spanish). Vincente named the area, “La Cueva de los Pescadores” (Cave of the Fishermen). After Vicente’s death in 1881, his heirs sold off in parcels all of the Romero land holdings.

The original Romero land grant would not be restored until after the second World War. Looking to move his family to safe harbor following the war, Colonel William Salman bought the separate parcels and rejoined the original 32,000 acres.

La Cueva Farm
(575) 387-2900
St Vrain Mill
The mill is on Highway 434 just a few hundred yards north of the intersection of Highways 518 and 434 in Mora.

The St Vrain Mill is an excellent example of the many mills that dotted the Mora Valley in the late 1800’s, many of which were built to supply flour to Fort Union. It was built in the 1864 by Ceran St. Vrain. Efforts are being made to refurbish the mill and create a cultural center for Mora.

St Vrain Mill
Victory Ranch
Located one mile north of Mora on Highway 434
Victory Ranch is a 110 acre ranch dedicated to the breeding and raising alpacas.
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Victory Ranch is a 1000 acre ranch dedicated to the breeding and raising alpacas. They have one of the largest and finest alpaca herds in the United States. Victory Ranch also has a clothing and gift store featuring products from alpaca wool.

* Open for the Summer May 3, 2019 through October 28, 2019 – 10am to 4pm ~ Tours at 11:00, 1:00 and 3:00.

* New Mexico Fiber Crawl May 17 – May 19, 2019 – 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

* Shearing Weekend May 24 – 27, 2019

Victory Ranch
(575) 387-2254