The small village of Bosque Farms on the east bank of the Rio Grande River in the Middle Rio Grande Basin lies on relatively flat land between the river and the upper plateau to the east. The Manzano Mountains are only 15 miles away, ensuring first-class recreational opportunities. The Isleta Indian Reservation wraps around the northern portion of Bosque Farms, and the bright lights of Albuquerque are just six miles north for easy access to cosmopolitan amenities.
Incorporated in 1974, the village has grown in recent decades, evolving from an agricultural center into a thriving suburban community. The village has managed to retain its rural character in spite of the commercial expansion that continues to flourish along the Highway 47 corridor. Newcomers will find convenient shopping, entertainment, and recreation within the village but also north and south of the community.