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View on MapRio Bonito Petroglyph National Recreation Trail, New Mexico
Bureau of Land Management
The Rio Bonito Petroglyph National Recreation Trail is an easy-to-moderate excursion on a 2 1/2 mile loop running up the river from the trailhead to the...[more]

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View on MapBaca Campground, New Mexico [3.59miles*]
US Forest Service
This camp was used as a CCC camp during the 1930's and has since been a popular place for hunters. It has spaces for camping, tents and small trailers...[more]

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View on MapSmokey Bear RD, New Mexico [10.16miles*]
US Forest Service
Winter Sports Scenic Viewing Picnicking Group Picnicking Camping Group Camping Dispersed or "road-side" camping:  ...[more]

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View on MapThe Hubbard Museum of the American West, New Mexico [14.25miles*]
Smithsonian Institution Affiliations Program
R.D. and Joan Dale Hubbard founded the Hubbard Museum of the American West in 1992. It has grown from its original incredible collection of Anne C. Stradling...[more]

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View on MapFort Stanton Recreation Area, New Mexico [15.24miles*]
Bureau of Land Management
Fort Stanton Recreation Area is comprised of 24,000 acres of BLM lands within the old Fort Stanton Military Reservation. Nestled in the foothills of the...[more]

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View on MapCedar Creek Picnic Shelter, New Mexico [19.23miles*]
US Forest Service
The Picnic Shelter at Cedar Creek may be reserved for group use for up to 40 people.  Day-use only.  Picnic Tables, water, grills and a cover...[more]

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View on MapSchoolhouse Picnic Area, New Mexico [19.27miles*]
US Forest Service
Located just below Bonito Lake between Forest Road 107 and the Bonito River. This day-use picnic area rests under the tall Ponderosa Pines and offers ...[more]

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Photo: CEDAR CREEK (Sam Tobias), NM
View on MapCEDAR CREEK (Sam Tobias), New Mexico [19.29miles*]
part ofLincoln National Forest, US Forest Service
Located on the outskirts of Ruidoso, Cedar Creek provides a wonderful space for groups visiting for the day or staying overnight. With a picnic shelter...[more]

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Has sites with: Max Occupants(100), Driveway Entry (Back-In).

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Has sites with: Max Occupants(40).
View on MapRuidoso Lookout, New Mexico [19.29miles*]
US Forest Service
This lookout, a 30 foot high steel tower with a wooden cab 14 feet square, is an Aermotor MI-25 type.   This type of lookout is unusual and ...[more]
View on MapSam Tobias Memorial Group Campground, New Mexico [19.31miles*]
US Forest Service
The Group Campground has capacity for up to 100 people for camping or picnicking. All units are wheelchair accessible and have pavilions, picnic tables...[more]

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