Springer, New Mexico

Point of Rocks


category : Monuments
Santa Fe National Historic Trail certified, SFT wagon ruts, 11 graves, historic Indian campsites, history lore, rock/mineral collecting.


Address: 23 1/2 miles east of Spring on US-56, north 7 miles at rest area, 2 miles east then 1 mile north, look for SFT sign-in box at ranch house.
Phone: 505-485-2473

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