Mora Business Directory
There are no big box stores in Mora, but we have plenty of locally owned and operated businesses that can supply about everything you need for a pleasant stay or life. Our food is genuine New Mexican!
Angel Fire, New Mexico: We’re a quaint and quiet mountain town most of the time, unless there’s a festival or a big race going down. From world-class downhill biking to world-class chamber music, it’s a great place to recharge. You’ll meet lots of friendly folks with plenty of ways for loving mountain life.
General contractors, who will custom build your dream home or remodel your current home, in New Mexico. We build Custom homes from the ground up including log cabins.
Basement Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling, Concrete Flooring, Counter-top Installation, Demolition, Drywall Texturing, Fireproofing, Floor Leveling, Flooring Installation, Foundation Repair, Garage Building, General Contracting, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Inspection, Home Remodeling, House Framing, Insulation Installation, Kitchen Remodeling, Lighting Installation, New Home Construction, Shower Installation, Site Preparation, Soffit Installation, Structural Engineering, Stucco Installation, Stucco Repair, Sustainable Design, Tile Installation, Vinyl Siding, Wainscoting, Waterproofing, Window Installation, Window Replacement
Mora NM, 87732
Caring Beyond Prescriptions
Personalized & Professional
Convenient & Affordable
Free delivery to Mora, Penasco, Rociada, Pendaries, Sapello, & Surrounding Areas
Next to St. Gertrude's Church
We provide complete veterinary services including exams, vaccinations, diagnostics, surgery, as well as treatment, medications and diet.
We also have an online store where you can purchase medication and food for your animals.
SAPELLO, NM 87745
Our Caridad de San Antonio agency is open from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday through Friday. We offer adult day services, home care, personal care and home health services. These services are provided by a culturally and linguistically competent staff capable of meeting the dynamic and diverse needs of all ethnic groups in Mora County.
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.
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.
Collins Lake Ranch is nestled between hills just off the main road in Cleveland, NM. Surrounded by forest, this tranquil valley has all the elements and resources of a traditional ranch complex
Categories: Youth, Education, Non Profit, Events, Tourism
Coyote Creek State Park, one of the most heavily stocked trout waters in the state, is nestled 7,700 ft in the eastern foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. With numerous camping and picnicking sites, some with electric hookups. The park also has showers, a playground, and a two-mile nature trail where visitors can enjoy the area’s wildlife and seasonal wildflowers.
Coyote Creek State Park, about an hour southeast of Taos, is nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains along a meandering stream. Enclosed by a forest of spruce and pine, the small valley displays abundant wildflowers and beautiful fall foliage. The park is ideal for fly fishing, camping, hiking and birding.
Park Elevation 7,667 ft
Custom Welding & Fabrication
Fences • Gates • Headache Racks • Metal Artwork • Wrought Iron Work • Railing • Mobile Welding
Examples of our work can be seen at Saint Gertrudes Church, the memorial bench on the corner of 434 and 518, and several of our local missions.
Esperanza specializes in home health care for our community’s aging population. Our responsible, holistic approach to health care recognizes that the home is both a physical and spiritual place. We understand and address needs and concerns that may be overlooked by other service providers or impossible to achieve outside the home environment.
We offer first-class care, infused with the same trust, nurturing and attention we would give to our own loved ones. Every member of the Esperanza family is a certified and licensed professional. In addition to their skills and experience, they were chosen for their exceptional compassion. The importance of the bonding that develops between client and care giver can’t be understated. It dramatically improves the clients’ state of mind and that is essential to recovery and long term, physical well-being.
Buena Vista, NM 87712
What We Do:
For 42 years we have been proud to serve the Mora and surrounding areas in road and driveway construction and maintenance, septic system repair and installation, concrete, site preparation, and all types of excavation.
Mora, NM 87732
After a lengthy and extensive search for a new permanent place to call home, we selected the community of Ocate, Mora County in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Northern New Mexico. As a Qualifying Broker / Owner, with over 35 years of real estate experience. I am able to offer my real estate agency from Mora County, New Mexico which allows for easy access to the surrounding counties of San Miguel, Colfax, Taos and beyond. I understand what it takes when searching for that special new place to call home or when the time has come to sell that family property that you have cherished and experienced the best of memories but find that the time to make the decision to sell has arrived.
Whether you are a Buyer looking for a new place to establish your home, find a second or vacation home, business location, a hunting or cattle ranch, a farming operation or just want to get off the grid you need someone who cares, listens and will understand your specific needs and desires to help assist and guide you through to process.
JACO Outfitters, LLC operates many of its hunts on public land in New Mexico and holds permits in the Santa Fe National Forest, Carson National Forest, Gila National Forest, Apache National Forest and the Cibola National Forest. John earned an undergraduate degree in Biology and a Master’s degree in Environmental Management and Life Sciences.
New construction excavation and dirt work, concrete demo and removal, dun truck services, snow removal, hydro-seeding mulching and erosion control, road building and materials new or repairs, support water trucks for dust control, flood cleanup, septic system installation (State Licensed), deliver sand, gravel and landscape materials, forest re-hag and thinning.
Mora, New Mexico 87723
KAZADOREZ is a private outdoor shooting range located in Chacon, New Mexico, locally owned and operated by Michael J and Melinda Leyba and in compliance with the NM Sports Shooting Range Act. Our shooting range is within Mora County and one of the few shooting ranges located in the northeastern part of New Mexico. Our open space shooting range is surrounded with scenic mountain views and ideal for shooters seeking a natural hunting habitat consisting of several shooting lanes for recreational target shooters, hunters, law enforcement, sport shooting enthusiasts and those seeking a safe place in which to learn the skills of firearms.
We have a range of chocies to fit your project needs. We have 4 to 8 inch rip rap, 2 to 3 inch gravel, 7/8 gravel, 3/8 gravel, pee gravel, road base, 3/4 spec base course, crusher fines, engineer fill, pit run, and organic top soil. Give us a call and let us know how we can help you get that project done!
The Abell Family
The old adobe mill compex, built in the 1850's of adobe brick on a rock foundation, was part of a large shipping center for livestock and agricultural products. The mill ground flour for many families in the Mora Valley and the La Cueva area. The mill itself generated electricity through 1949 and today is in good condition and has extensive storage buildings.
Buena Vista, NM. 87712
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.
A visit to Las Vegas, New Mexico is like stepping back in time…a place where “landmarks, legends and lore” come to life in New Mexico’s favorite and best preserved outdoor architectural museums and National treasure with 5 MainStreet historic districts and over 900 buildings listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
Sipapu’s slopeside lodging units are full of history and rich with character. Many units have been a part of the property since Lloyd and Olive Bolander founded the resort in 1952. Very few of our units are exactly alike, and we offer lodging specials all year long.
The Cooperative is a community owned market that sells local beef, pork, lamb, eggs, honey, herbs, produce and local products. We also carry retail groceries to supply your pantry with whatever meets your cooking needs. Additionally we support our local farmers, ranchers and small businesses to help seek resources to assist in their production, processing, packaging and marketing of their goods in a region currently underserved and lacking sustainable economic options. Our partnerships and coordination with local expertise in diverse grassroots help support and educate our members as well as the local community.
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10am-6pm
Mailing: P O. Box 495 Mora, NM 87732
The Mora Valley Chamber of Commerce's (MVCC) mission is, "To strengthen our local economy, promote a healthy business climate, serve as a voice for business in community affairs, and to promote awareness of historic and cultural traditions in Mora County."
Mora, NM 87732
Frank Maestas/ Arturo Marlow
Mora County commissioners meeting schedule, the elected offices and additional county information can be found here. Please check out their website to find telephone numbers and names.
Mora, NM 87732
Mora County Economic Development Corporation is created
to promote Mora County as a desirable place to do business,
produce goods and services, educate our citizens
and enjoy an excellent quality of life.
Mora Inn & RV Park is located in the beautiful Mora Valley between Las Vegas New Mexico and Taos, 2 miles Northwest of Mora on Hwy 518.
Since September 2003 MORA INN & RV PARK has been owned and operated by Craig and Kristy Wolf, who have a combined 30 years experience in the Motel, restaurant business. The Wolf's provide a relaxing family atmosphere on their 10-acre setting.
Enjoy the beautiful vistas of the valley as you take a peaceful stroll around the property.
Relax, lie on the hammock under the cottonwood trees next to the creek and read a book or take a nap.
Visit with friends and family while you grill at the BBQ area and have a great picnic.
Free Direct TV in rooms.
The Mora NFH is located in north-central New Mexico on the edge of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range about 1.5 miles north of Mora, New Mexico on state highway 434.
Mora NFH is dedicated to the restoration and recovery of the threatened Gila trout, a fish found only in the high desert and mountain watersheds of the Gila, Salt, and Verde drainages in New Mexico and Arizona. Biologists maintain wild brood stocks of the rare Gila trout, keeping them in as much a natural setting as possible.
The facility has the ability to keep broodfish separated in four specially designed systems, as well as hold wild fish in four separate isolation facilities. These systems are also used for emergency rescue of fish threatened by wildfire.
Mora, NM 87732
MVCHS provides a wide range of services to the Mora Valley area. MVCHS offers quality medical, dental, and behavioral health services in its primary care clinic. In addition to primary care services, MVCHS also operates a School Based Health Center, an adult day services program, home care, and personal care services.
MVCHS is pleased to offer primary care services to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. Please schedule an appointment and meet our highly qualified and dedicated staff. It is our pleasure to serve you!
Mora Valley Ranch Supply, also known as Mora Valley Ranch and Grocery, carries a full line of
building material, hardware, livestock feed, and garden supplies. We have a wide selection of
lumber and hardware, and can fill large or specialty building material orders within days.
Mora Valley Ranch Supply, also known as Mora Valley Ranch and Grocery, is the only place in Mora County where one can buy hunting and fishing licenses. We also have basic fishing and hunting supplies and groceries for any provisioning needs.
Mora Valley Ranch Supply, also known as Mora Valley Ranch and Grocery, carries a select line of groceries. Our grocery products are centered on meats and produce needed to prepare affordable and nutritious meals for the entire family.
Morphy Lake State Park, at 8,000 ft among ponderosa pines and surrounded by mountains, offers excellent trout fishing, hiking, camping, canoeing, picnicking, and wildlife viewing. Due to its remote location and harsh winters, the park is closed Nov. 1- April 1. The park has plenty of camping and picnicking sites, and is ideal for primitive camping. There are no utilities or portable water. Only electric motors are allowed on the water, making a great place to launch a canoe or kayak. Only RV's 18' or smaller are allowed.
Mora, NM 87732)
Open Tuesday - Friday 10:00 am. - 6:00 pm
Monday & Saturday by appointment only!
Frances Martinez- Hairstylist/Nail Tech
Vicky Valdez- Hair Sytlist
Chavela Colio- Hair Stylist/ Nail Tech
Julie Martinez- Hair Stylist
Specializing in: Excavation, Septic Tanks & Demolition, Heavy Equipment...
Dump Truck, End Dump, Belly Dump, Rock Tub...
Road Building, Shaping & Repair...
Home or Building Site Excavation & Preparation...
Road Base, Top Soil, Sand, Gravel & Landscaping Material...
Septic Tank Installation & Inspection, Line Trenching, etc...
We offer the following services:
Propane - LP Gas Appliances - Interior & Exterior Propane Gas Lines - Tank Rentals & Sales - Wood & Pellet Stoves - Propane Heaters - Venting & Plumbing Supplies - Service work on all propane related appliances
We provide the above services for Mora, San Miguel, Taos, Colfax, Rio Arriba, and Santa Fe Counties. Our employees are trained based on NFPA 54/NFPA 58 Codes/Standards and are fully licensed by the New Mexico Construction Industries Division, Regulation and Licensing Department. Our company has an exemplary safety record over the past 67 years with no incidents of property damage or injuries to employees or customers. We provide prompt service and have a staff available on a 24 hour basis (in case of an emergency).
The Sangre de Cristo mountain range towers to the west like sentries watching over the quaint Rociada Valley below. Black angus, quarter horses, alpaca, and a couple of Texas Longhorns contently graze on the open range. It is here in the remote eastern foothills of the mountain range that you will find one of New Mexico’s hidden gems – the beautiful mountain community and golf resort of Pendaries.
Whether you stay for a couple hours, a couple days, or the rest of your life, you will fall in love with Pendaries as many people have for over 50 years. And this well-kept secret will become one of your and your family’s special places in northeastern New Mexico for years to come.
Experience an RV lover’s paradise in beautiful Northern New Mexico! Come stay at Pendaries RV Resort and take advantage of our hike to an old hand dug mine, scheduled activities, games, access to private fishing and more. Our campus features 50 spacious full-hookup sites RV and 2 quaint cottages, with free Wi-Fi access and on-site laundry. Book your reservation today!
Rociada, NM 87742
Pendleton Propane is dedicated to premium customer service. From providing reliable propane deliveries to servicing and repairing heating equipment and appliances, we are here to take care of your needs. We believe that customers deserve excellent service at a fair and competitive price.
Our drivers and service technicians are all experienced and licensed to take care of your propane needs.
Price's Home Furnishings has been locally owned and operated for nearly 50 years. We offer competitive prices on all furniture, appliances, and floor covering, with FREE local delivery.
Las Vegas, NM 87701
RaeDawn Price, Associate Broker was born and raised in the Mora Valley. Leaving for a few short years only made her love and appreciation for her hometown increasingly grow. Give her a call for any of your real estate needs!
Your Hometown Realtor, RaeDawn Price
This charming gift shop offers a variety of Southwest-style blankets, Unique Gifts, Native American Jewelry, pottery, New Mexico Souvenirs, Antiques, an assortment of Home Decor, Purses, and lots more.
We offer FREE popcorn on (Saturdays) & FREE coffee on (Sundays)
As a family owned business, we love our community & we enjoy visiting with travelers from near and far away. Come and visit our quaint little store! Any suggestions are very much appreciated.
Hours: Thursday-Sunday (hours vary)
Holman, New Mexico 87723
Get ready for the experience of a lifetime! As a premier New Mexico Hunting Guide, Sierra Blanca Outfitters provides clients with a wide array of opportunities for hunters to bag a trophy. From the hunter looking for a Rifle or Archery Elk Hunt, New Mexico Antelope Hunt, Merriam Turkey Hunt or the excitement and danger of a New Mexico Mountain Lion Hunt, we place our clients in prime position to bag trophy big game animals!
Enjoy a variety of activities, including local hiking, fishing, skiing and snowboarding at nearby Angel Fire, Taos, Red River, and Sipapu Ski Resorts. Fishing ponds and Coyote Creek are across from our RV park & cabins. Sierra Bonita is a haven for those who enjoy clean air, long walks, unspoiled beauty, wildflowers and local herbs, and wildlife: beaver, native black bears, squirrels, silver fox, elk, deer, and varieties of birds. Listen to the breeze blowing through the trees and the water flowing over the rocks.
Guadalupita, NM 87722
Located right on the Rio Pueblo, our scenic campsites are limited to two tents per site. No limit per campsite.
Each location includes:
Pets welcome at no additional charge
To view a map of our campground and our campground policies, click here.
5224 Highway 518
Route Box 29, HC65
Vadito, NM 87579
We are a fully licensed independent gun shop, proudly serving New Mexico’s northern mountains. Nestled in the Mora valley, we are pleased to offer our customers the best service possible. We have a good selection of firearms, optics, ammo and accessories in stock and have access to some of the finest distributors in the industry.
Please contact us with questions regarding gun repair, ammo orders as well as other special orders.
Sun & Mon ~ Closed
Tue - Sat ~ 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
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.
Fr. Dale Craig, S.O.L.T., Pastor; Fr. Paul Grala, S.O.L.T., Parochial Vicar;
Fr. Jim Mulligan, S.O.L.T., Parochial Vicar
Daily Masses: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m., 12:10 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday: 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. Sunday: 30 minutes before all Masses
PO Box 599
Mora, NM 87732
Across from Mora Valley Spinning Mill
The Saint Vrain Mill Preservation and Historical Foundation is a not for profit
corporation registered in New Mexico. It also has 501 (c) (3) federal tax-exempt status. While the Foundation’s current focus is on the Mill itself, its charter also provides for acquisition of other properties in Mora related to the life of Ceran St. Vrain. Membership in the Foundation is open to individuals, businesses and organizations.
Mora, NM. 87732
State Parks is committed to this mission, employing professional, dedicated staff to ensure that parks are cared for and preserved to the highest professional standards. State park programs provide safe, fun and educational experiences – and a visit to a state park is a true value.
Santa Fe, NM 87505
You need to know what the facts are when buying a property, and you need to feel comfortable that you're getting them straight. You want to know the realities of life where you're buying, not a shimmery, glossed up sales pitch. You'd like the details of how it all works, with different options presented, so you can make your own personal choices. You want to know that the professional helping you knows the market, the people and the land. If you'd like to do business on this kind of basis, then we'll probably work well together. I have provided real estate services in both Mora and San Miguel counties for over 20 years. I know the lay of the land, the nooks and the crannies, the ins and the outs. I know the business, and I'm ready and willing to share what I've learned. It's a different kind of place here, special and wonderful. Welcome!
Want to know what your property might sell for? Realistic evaluations upon request. Call for a free consultation. References available upon request.
Teresa started making tamales in her mother's kitchen when she was a young girl. Making tamales was a great family tradition, especially around Christmas time.
In 1990, Teresa took her love for making tamales and started selling them to local businesses and individuals as a way to make extra money. The demand grew! Teresa soon recruited family members to help up with the growing demand. Her daughter jokes that Teresa taught her how to tie tamales before she taught her how to tie her own shoes!
In 1999, Teresa started making tamales full time at a commercial kitchen and selling them to several restaurants, gas stations, grocery stores and individuals. After years of making and selling tamales, Teresa decided to open her own restaurant highlighting her tamales and other traditional New Mexican food. She has a passion for cooking and for people and it shows in her delicious food!
Mon – Sat 8AM - 5PM
Cleveland, New Mexico 87715
Enjoy delicious sandwiches and popular New Mexico fare: frito pies, tamales and red chile, as well as several types of salads, and our soft serve ice cream drenched in homemade raspberry topping and fresh raspberries.
Open Thursday - Sunday 11am - 4pm
We at TMR Custom Sawmill specialize in turning logs into lumber. We are a custom sawmill so we will cut to your order! Call or message me for all your lumber needs.
1x's, 2x's, Beams, Post, Mantles
1x's, 2x's, Posts, Siding, Beams
Monday - Friday: 8am -4pm
Saturday - Sunday: CLOSED
Sapello, New Mexico
I have been in sign business for 36 yrs, I do oil painting mostly realistic, I do portraits, animals.. I do murals...I sell my paintings and prints...I will paint almost anything and on anything....I do wood engraved signs as well
Clothing and Gifts with a Conscience
Our organization employs and supports entrepreneurs/designers in rural New Mexico.
These designers are skilled and creative. Given the extremely sparse population, this is an alternative way to create income from home and fulfill creative career pursuits.
Custom work includes memory quilts, bears and pillows, and custom jean jackets.
Victory Ranch Alpacas and Store is nestled on 1,000 acres in the lush Mora Valley in Northeastern New Mexico. The Weisner family, from Chicago, started the ranch in 1991. The Weisners and a team of dedicated employees have been running the ranch ever since.
Mora, NM 87732