Ojo Redondo

Cibola National Forest

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Forest Service 480 Road Grants, NM 87020 505-287-8833 505-346-3804

GPS: 35.159, -108.109

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Overview of Ojo Redondo

Number of Sites 15

Elevation 8,792 ft / 2,679 m

Max Length 22 ft

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Werelobo
Grants, NM
20' Forest River GeoPro 19QB
Mercury Mountaineer
6 reviews
“Small, Quiet Get Away”

Reviewed 9/7/2020

Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 2
Site Number: N/A
Overall Rating

Although it's only about 15 miles as the crow flies from Grants, it takes a good hour to make the drive to Ojo Redondo. The first portion is gravel, transitioning to a somewhat iffy dirt road once you get inside the National Forest itself. It's doable with a car, at least in dry weather. There are several spots where the road appears to have washed out and been backfilled with gravel, though, so I don't know how passable it is in bad weather. The campground itself is pretty standard Forest Service fare: Vault toilets, no water, and no trash collection. It has plenty of shade, and the sites are easy enough to get into (unlike, for example, the nearby El Morro National Monument). I don't recommend anything bigger than a small trailer, though, because the spaces are short and narrow. I actually had to park my SUV on the side of the road after unhooking, because it would have stuck out into the roadway otherwise. The campground really seems better suited to tent camping, in my opinion. If you get there and find that it's full, though, don't despair. There's a ton of dispersed camping available in the area.

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Werelobo would stay here again

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Amenities

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  • dry camping
Facilities
  • restrooms: vault
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