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    The Village of Corrales is home to some 8300 residents and located between the Rio Grande and the City of Albuquerque to the south. East of the village is the Rio Grande Bosque which provides habitat for native animals and plants.

    The Corrales Valley has been occupied for hundreds, if not thousands, of years by the native Pueblo tribes who made their living off the land in this fertile valley. Later on, Spanish, Mexican, European and U.S. families came here to raise livestock and to grow grapes and apples. Even though the are is growing, residents still appreciate the rural feel of the area.

    You’ll find a number of fine shops and restaurants in town, featuring locally made goods and gallery items. Galleries such as the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center museum and shop offer a great place to learn about the local culture and shop for fine native artwork. Local shopping options also include the Hanselmann Pottery, Quilts OleCorrales Winery and Milagro Vineyards and Winery. The closest mall to Corrales is the Cottonwood Mall, with more than 135 specialty retailers.

    Corrales is also a great place to eat, with a number of delicious dining options. Hannah & Nate’sIndigo Crow Cafe, and Las Ristras are just a few of the fine culinary choices available in Corrales.

    Being close to the great parks in neighboring Rio Rancho and Albuquerque is another perk enjoyed by Corrales residents, which include parks such as Mesa Contenta, Alameda Spray Park, and Balloon Fiesta Park. The Petroglyph National Monument is also about 10 miles from Corrales. With the Sandia foothills and mountains nearby, outdoor recreation like hiking and biking is always just minutes away.

    Corrales is home to a number of popular annual events, including an Independence Day parade, Corrales Harvest Festival, and the Corrales Holiday Art Fest.

    Students living in Corrales attend the Elementary school managed by Albuquerque Public Schools.