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Santa Fe may be New Mexico's capital city but in this thriving arts center it's more about culture than it is politics, more galleries than government.
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Spread out along FR 206, this area has many undeveloped camp/ picnic sites. This is an ORV Restricted Area.
Steep and not suited to low clearance vehicles or those pulling trailers.
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