Interstate Highway 10, which joins El Paso, TX, and Tucson, AZ, crosses through southern Grant County. New Mexico Highway 90 provides direct access to Silver City and much of the northern part of the County.
Rose Valley RV Ranch is in the southwest corner of New Mexico. Grant County shares a border with Arizona and is fewer than 80 miles from the international border with Mexico.
We're the ideal base for your exploration of our Old West corner of New Mexico, and we're located in the heart of the modern sights and sounds of vibrant Silver City!
A large map, showing points of interest, roads and features of the county, is available here.
- 3 easy hours from
El Paso, TX
- 2 hours from
Las Cruces, NM
- 4.5 hours from Albuquerque, NM
- 3.5 hours from
- 5 hours from
- 1.5 hours from Palomas, Chihuahua, Mexico
The Ranch is easy to reach at any time of year via two highways that originate off Interstate Highway 10.
From Lordsburg, NM, take Highway 90 north east to Silver City. From Deming, NM, take Highway 180 north west to Silver City. Winter travelers on these roads may see snow in the distance on the higher elevations of the county, but snow rarely appears and even more rarely stays on these highways.
Travelers from Albuquerque and northern New Mexico can find Grant County by traveling south down Interstate Highway 25 to the exit for Hatch, NM, then taking an easy route onto Highway 180 north toward Silver City.
For drivers in rigs of 25 feet or less, an alternate route south of Truth or Consequences is available on New Mexico Highway 152, west into the Aldo Leopold Wilderness and Grant County via a winding mountain roadway. Winter travelers on Highway 152 often encounter snow, sometimes quite a lot of it. Some portions of Highway 152 are not plowed at night or on weekends. This is a scenic route, but its narrow roads and winding path make it slower than the slightly longer route through Hatch. This route should not be attempted by larger rigs or in bad weather.