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About Ojo Redondo

This campground is located southwest of  Mt. Sedgwick, the highest peak in the Zuni Mountains.  It is situated in ponderosa pine, douglas fir, and aspen trees, with a scenic meadow adjacent to the campground.  Be advised of road conditions due to elevation and precipitation.

National Forest
No Drinking Water
No Electric Hookups
No Fires
Not Reservable
No Sanitary Dump
No Sewer Hookups
No Showers
No Water Hookups

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Ojo Redondo is located in New Mexico
35.159 N
-108.109 W
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Take Exit 53 at Thoreau and drive south on NM State Highway 612 past Bluewater Lake. The road becomes FR178 at the Forest boundary.  Continue south on FR178  for 8 miles to the junction with FR480.  Turn east (left) and drive two miles further to the campground entrance on the right.
2 Reviews of Ojo Redondo

This camp ground was beautiful and was very well mantained. the only downside is that if there were a lot of people it wouldn’t be super private.

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Forested campground with Zuni Auto Tour

Free simple campground with just a vault toilet and some picnic tables. You need to bring your own water and/or treatment methods! We love this area within the Cibola National Forests. Nothing too fancy, but great shade and forests. There are a lot of hikes and some swimming holes with waterfalls. For those of us who were not in the mood for miles and miles of rugged hiking there is a road to drive along with incredible views. Dog friendly!