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PLIA Bookstores and Campgrounds

PLIA Map and Bookstore, PLIA Administration

Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, NM

Known for our vast selection of public lands maps for the Western United States, we also offer public lands gifts for all ages and walks of life. We have books, pamphlets, and tons of educational gifts designed to inspire a love for the outdoors and to encourage the exploration and multi-use of our public lands.

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Wild Rivers Visitor Center

Cerro, NM

PLIA supports the interpretive and educational programs at the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument by operating sales outlets that offer educational and interpretive merchandise at Wild Rivers.

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Rio Grande del Norte Lower Gorge Visitor Center

Pilar, NM

There is a wealth of recreation opportunities at Rio Grande del Norte National Monument, including whitewater sports, fishing, biking, hiking, and camping.

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Sabino Canyon Visitor Center

Tucson, AZ

Since 1982, PLIA has partnered with the Forest Service at Sabino Canyon to educate visitors and answer their recreation questions.

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Palisades Visitor Center

Mt. Lemmon, AZ

Palisades Visitor Center is located on Mount Lemmon; at 7,950 feet the Center is surrounded by a forest of ponderosa pine, spruce, and fir. Popular activities include hiking, biking.

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Sacramento Ranger District Office

Cloudcroft, NM

Sacramento Ranger District includes the Capitan and the White Mountain Wilderness Areas and the internationally-known Sunspot National Solar Observatory.

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Smokey Bear Ranger District Office

Ruidoso, NM

North of the Mescalero Apache Reservation is the Smokey Bear Ranger District surrounding the town of Ruidoso. The district is named after Smokey Bear, the cub found in the Capitan Mountains who became the international symbol for fire prevention.

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Sierra Vista Ranger District Office

Hereford, AZ

The Sierra Vista Ranger District Office store interprets the nearby Huachuca Mountains and the San Pedro Riparian Area. Bird watching and hiking are among the popular recreational activities.

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New Mexico Public Lands Information Center

Santa Fe, NM

Since 1997, the New Mexico Public Lands Information Center has been a one-stop source to provide information about recreational opportunities and facilities on New Mexico public lands.

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Valley of Fires Visitor Center

Carrizozo, NM

Camping is available at the recreation area, split between RV sites on the rim of the lava flow and separate, tents-only sites farther away. A mile-long, accessible interpretive trail snakes its way into the lava affording visitors a close look at the flora and fauna of the Malpais.

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Clifton Ranger District Office

Duncan, AZ

The Clifton Ranger District ranges in elevation from 3,650 to 9,184 feet and offers ample opportunities for mountain biking, camping, hiking, hunting and fishing. The Coronado Trail National Scenic Byway bisects the ranger district as it runs the entire length of Apache National Forest; it is a spectacular two lane highway with panoramic viewpoints.

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Fort Craig Visitor Center

San Antonio, NM

Fort Craig is located in southcentral New Mexico 35 miles south of Socorro. Established in 1854, the fort’s mission was to safeguard the area’s settlers and the travelers on El Camino Real from Apache, Navajo and Comanche raiders.

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Sandia Ranger District Office

Tijeras, NM

Portion of the Cibola National Forest encompassing the Sandia and Manzanita Mountains East of Albuquerque, NM. Well-developed roads and recreation areas close to the city and forest environments in the high desert.

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Kaibab Plateau Visitor Center

Jacob Lake, AZ

The Kaibab Plateau is an isolated forest region, floating amid vast deserts. Bounded by the Grand Canyon to the south, this region of the Kaibab National Forest is a welcome escape from the Arizona heat.

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