Gila Mountain Inn
Hotel/ Conversion Opportunity
3420 Highway 180 East, Silver City, NM 88061
Gross Leasable Area:
34,725 sq ft
Exclusively Listed By:
Candace Bare & Mark Royce
Silver City, NM ~ “where families travel to get off the grid"
Nestled against the 3.3 million-acre Gila National Forest lies Silver City, a cultural gateway town which began as a mining town at the height of the prospecting boom in the 1800’s and has survived a long Wild West history that hosted the notorious likes of Billy the Kid. It caters to quiet fly fishing in genuine mountain wilderness, blues music festivals in a historic downtown, mountain biking trails, and off-road motor touring across hundreds of miles of scenic roads. It’s marries Old West heritage with a distinctive arts and entertainment community.
Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument
Created to protect Mogollon cliff dwellings in the Gila Wilderness on the headwaters of the Gila River in southwest New Mexico, this unique area of NM offers a glimpse of the homes and the lives of Indians who lived here over 700 years ago and across the span of time.
Gila National Forest
Hikers, cyclists and outdoors enthusiasts flock to explore the scenery of the Gila National Forest. A featured one-mile trail is at 6000 feet altitude requires climbing on even stone stairs up the equivalent of an 18-story building.
Great hiking trails, fishing and camping
Historic Downtown District
Home to more than a dozen restaurants, murals, and some thirty-plus galleries and artist studios
Western New Mexico University
Well known for its School of Education, other areas of interest include criminal justice, occupational therapy, business management, nursing, and social work.