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278 apartments for rent near Sunland Park, NM

Results within 1 miles of Sunland Park, NM
Colinas Del Sol
945 S Mesa Hills Dr
1 Bed
$720
2 Bed
$960
3 Bed
$1,114
917 DAKOTA RIVER Avenue
Valley Creek North
3 Bed
$1,200
They were out of film.
We’ll update it as soon as they get a digital camera.
Bonnie Ct
Santa Teresa
4 Bed
$1,095
5312 Pete Payan Drive
Buena Vista
3 Bed
$1,050
715 Arcy
Santa Teresa
3 Bed
$1,275
4536 Globe Willow Dr.
The Willows
4 Bed
$2,000
709 Willow Glen Drive
The Willows
4 Bed
$2,500
6101 PECAN PARK
Valley Creek North
4 Bed
$1,300
729 DEL MAR
East Bank
3 Bed
$1,150
6200 BLUFF VIEW Place
Buena Vista
4 Bed
$1,700
4555 GLOBE WILLOW Drive
The Willows
4 Bed
$2,300
909 Dakota River Ave
Valley Creek North
4 Bed
$1,400
817 ELMWOOD
East Bank
3 Bed
$950
713 Cervantes Court
Portsmouth
5 Bed
$2,650
5269 Jose Cardenas Lane
Buena Vista
3 Bed
$1,125
724 Linda Johnson
Valley Creek North
3 Bed
$1,100
656 ALICE WALTER Court
Valley Creek North
3 Bed
$1,200
They were out of film.
We’ll update it as soon as they get a digital camera.
Lourdes Rd
Santa Teresa
4 Bed
$1,095
824 Sun City Park Ct
Valley Creek North
3 Bed
$1,300
116 Avenida Mirador
Santa Teresa
4 Bed
$1,400
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City Guide
Sunland Park
Moving to Sunland Park

Moving to this community of over 14,000 people puts you in the greater metro area for El Paso and south of Las Cruces, New Mexico, which is about 30 miles north along the Rio Grande river. The fairly centralized location makes it a nice choice for people wanting to be close to all of what's around.

Plan ahead when moving here, as the number of vacant units available for rent traditionally runs below the national average. Put together a plan of attack that starts with a list of your favorite places to rent in Sunland Park and check them out one at a time. Be prepared to undergo a credit check and be asked to come up with first month's rent, last month's rent, and a deposit. The more research you do, the more informed your choices will be.

Neighborhoods in Sunland Park

There are a few options as far as neighborhoods go in Sunland Park. Check out the list below for popular neighborhoods in Sunland Park.

Santa Teresa: It's the northernmost part of the area around Sunland Park and also encompasses part of the open desert to the west. Rental housing here is often on large lots and sometimes has room for farm animals. There are a few irrigated farms as well. The big expanses of the wide open New Mexico deserts lie beyond.

Riverside: The area near the Rio Grande River on the New Mexico side of the border with Texas is a mix of retail, commercial and residential space. The primary thoroughfare is McNutt Road. It's a good place for your Sunland Park apartment search and is convenient to anyone driving to the major highways. Look here for pet-friendly apartments as well. As McNutt goes north, the landscape opens up into farmland near the Rio Grande River.

Country Club Road: Some of the local shopping on the north end of town is along this east-west thoroughfare. As it goes over the border into Texas and nearer to the El Paso Country Club, the neighborhood is mostly large single-family homes. There are large apartment complexes where you can possibly rent a studio apartment.

Living in Sunland Park

You probably already know the weather is generally mild in the winter and, dare we say it, downright hot in the summer--but there are places to cool off, of course. Many homes and apartment complexes have access to swimming pools. The Western Playland Amusement Park offers rides for all ages including a big roller coaster.

The recreation and mountain areas of New Mexico are within a few hours' drive and, of course, Ciudad Juarez is just across the border with Mexico. For another great day trip or a camping excursion, head down along the river to Big Bend National Park, one of the lesser visited in the system, but with grand vistas and spectacular hikes.