Best Outdoor wedding venues in New Mexico

Our Curated List of the Top 10 New Mexico Outdoor Wedding Venues
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    Leaping Deer Ranch
    Sapello, New Mexico
    A luxury ranch on 186 acres nestled East of Santa Fe, Leaping Deer Ranch takes pride in making weddings unique. Surrounded by rolling hills and preserved native forests, the venue features stunning views and a 1,600 sq ft event hall with a catering kitchen and everything you need to host your closest friends and family for a beautiful and memorable celebration.
  • 2
    Koinonia Church and Gardens
    Albuquerque, New Mexico
    Beautiful and affordable, Koinonia Christian Church and Gardens offers a welcoming escape into tranquil grounds for your special day. Beautifully landscaped gardens complete with water features, blooming flowers and a charming pavilion await. Imagine exchanging your vows in the picturesque church before taking your portraits and rejoining your guests in the colorful and serene gardens.
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    Casa Rondena Winery
    Los Ranchos De Albuquerque, New Mexico
    Nestled in Albuquerque’s picturesque North Valley, Casa Rodeña Winery offers a beautiful setting for your once in a lifetime event. Featuring gorgeous architecture and a scenic landscape, this fully operational winery boasts three stunning event spaces where you can host your wedding celebration.
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    Hacienda Doña Andrea de Santa Fe
    Los Cerrillos, New Mexico
    Offering an air seclusion and privacy while inspiring dreams of south-of-the-border living, Hacienda Doña Andrea de Santa Fe is a truly one-of-a-kind backdrop for your wedding day. Nestled in the mountains of New Mexico, this stunning setting was originally desired around its massive antique doors, which originated from a Mexican hacienda dating back to 1570.
  • 5
    Angel Fire Resort Lodge
    Angel Fire, New Mexico
    Perched high up in the majestic Sangre De Cristo Mountains of Northern New Mexico, the Angel Fire Resort Lodge provides the perfect backdrop for saying your “I do’s” in a charming wilderness wedding! Host the ideal big day in one of the Lodge’s indoor or outdoor spaces, allowing you to create the occasion that you have always dreamed of.
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    El Rancho de las Golondrinas
    Santa Fe, New Mexico
    El Rancho de las Golondrinas is a living history museum located on 200 acres in a rural farming valley just south of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Museum, dedicated to the history, heritage and culture of 18th and 19th century New Mexico, opened in 1972. Original colonial buildings on the site date from the early 1700s.
  • 7
    Ghost Ranch
    Abiquiu, New Mexico
    Surrounded by stunning red and yellow cliffs under clear blue skies, Ghost Ranch is a one-of-a-kind destination for New Mexico weddings. Perfect for the couple looking for something that deviates from the usual ballroom and banquet halls, Ghost Ranch, made famous by revered artist Georgia O'Keeffe, offers a stunning backdrop for everything from vow exchanges to reception dancing and dining.
  • 8
    Alto Lakes Golf & Country Club
    Alto, New Mexico
    Alto Lakes Golf & Country Club is an ideal location to host your wedding in the foothills of the Sacramento Mountains. Surrounded by an abundance of wildlife and the beauty that nature provides, the community covers nearly 1,700 acres along two mountain ridges. Experience a beautiful outdoor ceremony with views of lush greenery and large trees.
  • 9
    El Monte Sagrado
    Taos, New Mexico
    El Monte Sagrado is the perfect place to host a wedding in Taos, New Mexico. Its one-of-a-kind ceremony site, The Sacred Circle, was revered by Native Americans for hundreds of years. Encircled by willow trees and cottonwoods and featuring spectacular views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, this serene spot will provide a truly idyllic backdrop for your outdoor ceremony.
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    Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces
    Las Cruces, New Mexico
    Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces (also known as Hotel Las Cruces) is the premier Heritage Hotel & Resort in Southern New Mexico. With design and artwork that reflects Spanish and Mexican Colonial history and tradition, this Las Cruces hotel serves as a paradise destination.