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There is too much to see in the northwest corner of New Mexico,four corners monument,ship rock,Aztec ruins, Angle peak,Navajo lake. This area of New Mexico is in the high plateau,deep canyon valleys and friendly people you will enjoy a vacation to this beautiful part of...More
Though the road to here isn't paved, it's well worth the drive. Once off the main (paved) road, the next six miles are on a dirt road that can have some deep ruts but the views are incredible of the badlands. There are several pull...More
For free its a good spot. Very few level spots for tents.
But!!!!! Its an active drilling area, so smell of petroleum and sounds of venting and drilling all night long.
The oil wells and roads definitely detract from the view.
I almost hate to leave this review! This place really "spoke" to me. I needed some peace and isolation, and this was just about perfect. Very interesting terrain, and the view from our campsite was breathtaking. There were only two other campers the weekend we...More
Nice vistas and a easy and quick ride/hike to all of them. You need to be ready for the turn off of US 550 as the signage doesn't give you much advance notification, particularly as the traffic is traveling at 70+ mph.
I stopped here on my way back from Albuquerque and was not disappointed. This is one of the local landmarks in the Farmington area that was on my "to do" list for the last 6 years. I only went as far as the first overlook,...More