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This area has a rich mining history. Apaches, Spaniards, Mexicans, and Americans have all obtained native copper and copper ore from this site. The present-day open-pit mining operation was begun in 1910. Nearby is Fort Bayard Historic District. Fort Bayard, which was […]Learn More
Other Surrounding Areas
These unincorporated areas have different personalities. Tyrone was once the town-site for Kennecott Mine. It is one of the few tract-home style communities in the area. The Cliff community sits alongside the Gila River and features a number […]Learn More
If you are looking for a community that is surrounded by public lands Grant County is your place! We are a few minutes drive from the Gila National Forest and an hour or so from the Gila Wilderness. […]Learn More
We have many great assets in Silver City and Grant County. A few of the highlights include Western New Mexico University and Gila Regional Medical Center. Located in New Mexico’s southwest corner, Silver City isn’t the kind of place people just […]Learn More