Tijeras, New Mexico

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  • Cedar Crest, New Mexico

    Cienega Picnic Site

    Overview Beautiful, shady, cool and green are just a few words that recreationists have used to describe the Cienega Group Picnic site. It is fairly flat, accessible, semi-private and accommodates up to fifty people. There are grills, bear proof trash containers and vault toilets provided and no ...
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  • Tijeras, New Mexico

    Cedro Peak Camping Sites Robin And Jay

    Overview Cedro Peak Camping Sites is a favorite area in the southern portion of the Sandia Ranger District. It is encompassed by ponderosa pine, pinon and juniper trees. Both Cedro Peak camping sites are fully accessible and have plenty of parking. Jay site has a circular turn around drive for th...
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  • Cedar Crest, New Mexico

    Doc Long Picnic Sites A And B

    Overview Doc Long Picnic Sites is named for Dr. William Henry Long. He was one of three forest pathologists in the USA who conducted pioneering research of tree diseases.Doc Long, worked in New Mexico from 1910 through the 1930s. Doc lived in a cabin on the site where the "furthest set", rustic l...
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  • Tijeras, New Mexico

    Pine Flat Picnic Sites A And B

    Overview Pine Flat picnic sites A & B is an accessible picnic area. It is located on State Highway 337 (James McGrane Memorial Highway or Old South 14) approximately 7 miles from I-40. State Hwy 337 runs parallel to Pine Flat picnic area making it easy to identify and enter. From the entry wa...
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  • Tijeras, New Mexico

    Oak Yucca And Locust Group Picnic Sites

    Overview The Oak Flat Group picnic site includes a combination of three different picnic sites and a trailhead, that border four communal playing fields suitable for all sorts of outdoor games. The site is paved and accessible. It is a great place for play, rest and recreation. The picnic sites a...
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  • Albuquerque, New Mexico

    Capulin Spring Picnic Site

    Overview Capulin Spring is a well-loved recreation spot. It accommodates fifty people. This picnic site is surrounded by heavily wooded land that affords shade to escape the heat of the day. The spring at Capulin Spring runs year-round and is a much visited spot by birders, especially in the dry ...
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  • Cedar Crest, New Mexico

    Nine Mile Picnic Site

    Overview **Nine Mile Picnic Site is currently closed for improvements**If you are looking for a quiet, relaxing, cool spot with a slight breeze, Nine Mile Picnic Site could be just what the doctor ordered. Nine Mile Picnic Site is located just off State Road 536 near the nine mile marker on the l...
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  • Sandia Park, New Mexico

    Balsam Glade Picnic Site

    Overview Balsam Glade Picnic Site was named by an early American settler who mistook the white fir that grows here for balsam fir, as they are similar in appearance. He called this area "Balsam Glade" for so long that the name stuck. From 1935 to 1941 the YMCA operated a summer camp for boys here...
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  • Sandia Park, New Mexico

    Las Huertas Picnic Site

    Overview Las Huertas was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. It is located at the northeast end of the Sandia Ranger District. It is, understandably, a favorite place for many. Las Huertas Creek meanders year round through this recreation site. Pathways and foot bridges lead over the water ...
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  • Cochiti Lake, New Mexico

    Tetilla Peak

    Overview Tetilla Peak Recreation Area is located in Sandoval County, New Mexico, within the boundaries of the Pueblo de Cochiti Indian Reservation. The lake offers two public recreation areas: Cochiti on the west side of the lake and Tetilla Peak on the east side. Both sides offer spectacular ...
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  • Cochiti Lake, New Mexico

    Cochiti Area

    Overview Cochiti Recreation Area is located in Sandoval County, New Mexico, within the boundaries of the Pueblo de Cochiti Indian Reservation. The lake offers two public recreation areas: Cochiti on the west side of the lake and Tetilla Peak on the east side. Both sides offer spectacular sceni...
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  • Jemez Springs, New Mexico

    Paliza

    Overview Paliza Campground sits beneath sandstone cliffs on the Jemez Ranger District of the Santa Fe National Forest. The area is replete with culture, offering visitors a glimpse into the past. Ample recreation opportunities exist at or near the campground, which makes it a wonderful outdoor de...
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  • Los Alamos, New Mexico

    Juniper Campground

    Overview For visitors to Bandelier National Monument, Juniper Group Campground is an ideal place to stay. Located just inside the main park entrance, the campground is a short drive from the main visitor center, the Frijoles Canyon Shuttle System, and the adjacent town of Los Alamos. Frijoles...
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