New Mexico National Forests

The five national forests in New Mexico cover most of the state's mountainous areas, plus a few isolated sections of the eastern prairies. There is also one national grassland (Kiowa), which is managed jointly with the Cibola National Forest, plus small parts of two national forests whose major area is in Arizona (Apache-Sitgreaves and Coronado).

Other New Mexico listings: national parks and monuments and state parks.

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