Sited on 58 acres in Catron County, this 1880s-era Western movie ranch—known as the town of Gabriella—is the largest and most authentic of its kind. Located in the area where notorious outlaw Thomas Edward "Black Jack" Ketchum lived in the mid 1880s and ranchers drove cattle beginning in the mid 19th century, Gabriella offers an exciting opportunity for those who are fascinated by the history of the American West or are interested in taking advantage of New Mexico’s numerous film incentives and Netflix’s increased presence in the state. The property includes a fully functioning period-style hotel, a log cabin, a dance hall and saloon, a billiards parlor, a church and town hall, a blacksmith barn, a jail, gallows, a vintage-inspired photography studio, a barber shop with an antique chair, and a stagecoach. The town’s creation and maintenance have focused on authenticity and meticulous attention to detail in the buildings’ interiors as well as their exterior framing and staging. In addition to serving as a movie set and filming location, Gabriella has been the site of chuck wagon dinners, dances and classes, weddings, private parties, mounted shooting events, and 1800s-inspired gunfight reenactments.