Located on the Southern Border of Cibola County. One will find this untamed +/- 946 acres in big game unit 12. Unit 12 is known for its world class trophy elk and mule deer throughout the west. Fence Lake Ranch is the founding site of the town Fence Lake. Early settlers fenced off the 9.5-acre lake keeping animals from contaminating their water source, giving this the towns name. Land Fence Lake Ranch consists of +/- 946 acres of rolling hills with astonishing sandstone bluffs and large rock outcroppings. Decorated with juniper and pinon trees. These sandstone bluffs overlook a large valley of breath-taking views to the south. Fence Lake shows to be about 9.5 acres from its highwater mark which makes for owning an incredible piece of history. As historians have documented the founding’s of Fence Lake, NM. Improvements +/- 5.5 Miles of cattle fence. +/- 3 Miles of road. Recreation Unit 12 has recently produced New Mexico’s State record bull elk, with over 90,000 new applicants for New Mexico Big Game drawing tags in 2021. Trophy producing units such as Fence Lake Ranch are highly coveted and are becoming scarce. Elk tags are assigned through the ePlus system on New Mexico Department of Game and Fish. Mule Deer, Antelope, Bear, and Mountain Lion are all over the counter, making Fence Lake Ranch a great candidate for endless possibilities as a World Class Hunting Property! Region & Climate Snowfall average 30.8 in. Rainfall average 14.0 in. Approximately 90 minutes away to jet capable airport Springer, AZ Albuquerque International Airport, approximately 2.5 hours.