Cabezon Road

White Ridge Bike Trails - BLM

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Cabezon Road Rio Rancho, NM 87124 505-761-8700 Official Website

GPS: 35.499, -106.8327

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Overview of Cabezon Road

Accessibility is not guaranteed, always scout ahead before driving down dirt roads.
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Elevation 5,741 ft / 1,749 m

Tent Camping Yes

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Reviews of Cabezon Road 2 people have reviewed this location.

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Verizon 4G/LTE
Confirmed by 1 User
Last reported 11/22/2019
3 reviews
“Bad place”

Reviewed 11/22/2019

Nightly rate: FREE!
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The road here is about ( miles off US-550 and requires a long drive through Pueblo owned land. The road is (barely) maintained with several low water crossings that are impassable when it rains. The area is mostly used for target shooting and there is absolutely nothing around here except deer flies. I would definitely not recommend camping here. Go north on N.M. 4 to the forest and camp there.

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14 reviews
“Jeep, truck, high clearance vehicle ONLY in DRY weather”

Reviewed 9/22/2018

Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 1
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I scouted this road with my tow car today, to see if I wanted to bring the 38 foot diesel pusher out there. I could have made the road easier in the RV than I did in the car (Pontiac Sunfire). The road is very well signed going through the Zia Pueblo land to get the the BLM land. Unfortunately I had had enough rattling to my kidneys and car after 3.1 miles of the 6 miles to go to the site. And this was 3.1 miles each way at 10-15 miles per hour. If you aren't avoiding crevasses from rain washouts you are listening to your car suspension on the verge of break a tie rod on washboard surface. There are at least 3 low water areas, one VERY sandy that would be impassable in rain and some parts of the road have been baked to a hard clay that liquifies to a greasy mess when the rainy season hits. The prospect of something breaking from the beatdown the road was doing to my car, and, being in/out of cell signal finally impressed on me ' DON'T DO IT', so I turned around and crossed this OFF my boondock list until I get a truck or 4 wheel drive high clearance rig.

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