Pueblo Park

Reserve, New Mexico 87830

Pueblo Park

Pueblo Park Professional Review and Guide

"A day hike into the remote, little-known Blue Range Wilderness. Pueblo Park is actually located in the Apache National Forest, but it shows up on the Gila National Forest map. The Apache National Forest is administered by the Gila National Forest in New Mexico.

The 29,304-acre Blue Range Wilderness was created out of the New Mexico portion of the Blue Range Primitive Area. It adjoins the much larger Blue Range Primitive Area in Arizona. The rugged, mountainous area is probably one of the least visited areas in either state. Trails do not even penetrate large sections of the wilderness and primitive areas. The eastern end of the famous Mogollon Rim of Arizona begins here."

Pueblo Park Reviews

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7/9/2004
Extremely remote. Campground small and nice and appears to get very little use. Large trees provide good shade with very little undergrowth. Pleasant area to hike. Some of the pull-offs on area roads also provide some spectacular views.
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Trail Information

Reserve
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
3.2
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
2 hours
Duration
All year
Season
Camping
Additional Use
Gila National Forest, PO Box 8, Glenwood, NM 88039; (575) 539-2481 www.fs.usda.gov/gila
Local Contacts
Gila National Forest; Saliz Pass 7.5-minute USGS quad
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Oct 2018