Cuba Ranger District
Clear Creek and Rio de las Vacas Campgrounds are developed areas perfect for weekend getaways. The San Pedro Parks Wilderness is a perfect spot for a horseback ride or wilderness camping and hiking.
Much like many areas in New Mexico, families have lived off the land here for many generations. Local communities still use the land for cattle and sheep grazing and agricultural needs. The Jemez, Zia, and Jicarilla Apache Pueblos neighbor the Cuba Ranger District and are closely tied to the natural resources of the land for a number of activities and uses.
The Ranger District Office is in Cuba, a full-service town with motels, restaurants and the Cuba Visitor Center. Cuba is near both the San Pedro Parks Wilderness and developed recreation areas.
Come and enjoy what the Cuba Ranger District has to offer!
District Ranger: Patrick M. Petracca
Address: P.O. Box 130 Cuba, NM 87013
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
From the South: Travel northwest on U.S. Highway 550 to Cuba. The office is the first building on the right upon entering Cuba. See this map for exact location.
From the North: Travel southwest on U.S. 96 until you reach U.S. Highway 550. Take a left, going south, on Highway 550. Go through the village of Cuba and the office will be the last building on the left as you leave Cuba. See this map for exact location
Cuba Ranger District Map
The Cuba Ranger District is split into two sections. The Coyote Ranger District sits between these two sections. The San Pedro Parks Wilderness is also split between the two districts. The Cuba Ranger Station is located in Cuba, New Mexico.
Map provided by Santa Fe National Forest GIS