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Nice quiet little spot in natural surroundings, off the road- a bit windy but peaceful. dispersed camping. Very Quiet.
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Came in after dark, really hard to find the spots others wrote about in reviews. Found this ‘turn’ off spot with a fire ring and evidence of previous campers.
Pretty good T-mobile service. 4bars 5G
The roads are a bit rough, and would be nearly impossible if it had rained. I wouldn’t enter if it has precious rained or will rain/ so watch the weather. Any vehicle will be fine, just take it slow.
Saw one vehicle while searching for this spot. Heard a few more come in after I got settled.
Won’t be staying long, just a spot to rest for the night.
Feels pretty safe / some trash / super dark!
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All the spots around here were too wet and muddy for us to get to in our 2WD Promaster in March so we stayed near the pit toilets.Report Check-In
One of many of dispersed camping spots in cibola national forest only 20 minutes from Albuquerque- but still very quiet, dark skies and not many people likely to be around.Report Check-In
This site has a rock fire ring now. Quiet spot but it did have large mammal prints at the site. Great cell service - 4 bars of 5G. I think if it’s not muddy, most vehicles could make these sites - with care and going slowly. One vehicle in the loop when we arrived and one came after dark.Report Check-In
Beautiful nation forest, all the sites I have seen were clean and free of trash. Very strong cell service.Report Check-In