Boondocking at Mesa de Cuba, near Cuba, NM.

After our visit to the Aztec Ruins in the town of Aztec, NM, we slowly make our way through New Mexico and end up a few miles west of the town of Cuba, at Mesa De Cuba, located in the Santa Fé National Forest, and managed by the National Forest Service. Camping areas start about a 100 yards from the entrance. Roads are dirt and as the images show might cause some issues, especially during rain. Being close to town made it that cell/WiFi was very good. (Tower is located on the mesa) Not much traffic or other campers were seen during the several days we stayed here. As fall sets in we are slowly headed for Texas and the southern states, but we are sure we will be staying here once our travels bring us to this part of the country. And on we go; Scouting Destinations.


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