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Map to Hidden Meadow Ranch

From Albuquerque to Springerville, Arizona

From anywhere in the Albuquerque area, the first step is to get you to the town of Springerville in Arizona’s White Mountains.

  1. Drive south on Interstate 25 to Socorro.
  2. Proceed west on US Hwy. 60 to Springerville, Arizona.

To Hidden Meadow Ranch from Springerville – North Route (no winter access*)

*This route is shorter through town but is longer on the cinder road, which is not plowed from this direction in the winter.

  1. Continue west on Hwy. 60 through Springerville.
  2. Near mile marker #372, you will turn left/south onto County Road #3123/Forest Road #117, which is a graded cinder road with some relatively sharp curves. Watch for signs to Hidden Meadow Ranch on the right side of the road along the way, and keep your eyes peeled for antelope and cattle on the flats and elk and deer in the forest!
  3. About six miles south of the highway turnoff, you will reach a “Y” in the road with a sign for the Wildlife Habitat Area straight ahead at the center of the fork. Stay to the left at this “Y” and proceed southerly on what is now Forest Road #118.
  4. Approximately 10 miles from the highway turnoff, you’ll see a sign on the left pointing to the ranch entrance on the right. (If you reach the Carnero Lake turnoff, you’ve gone too far. Turn around and go back one-half mile.)
  5. Turn into Hidden Meadow Ranch on the right and proceed to the Welcome Cabin, the first cabin on the left side of the entry road. Guest parking spaces are adjacent to the Welcome Cabin and are marked.

To Hidden Meadow Ranch from Springerville – South Route (all-season access)

*This route is a little longer through town but shorter on the cinder road, which is plowed from the highway to the ranch in the winter.

  1. In Springerville, turn left/south to Hwy. 260 through Eager and continue west on Hwy. 260.
  2. Past the turnoff to Greer at approximately mile marker #385, turn right/north onto County Road #1325/Forest Road #118, which is a graded cinder road.
  3. Proceed for 6.5 miles on Forest Road #118, which has some relatively sharp curves but continues northerly. Watch for signs to Hidden Meadow Ranch on the right side of the road along the way – and keep your eyes peeled for elk, deer and cattle as well!
  4. About six miles from the highway turnoff, you’ll see a sign on the right that marks the Carnero Lake turnoff. Do not turn left but stay on the main road for another one-half mile.
  5. Six and one-half miles from the highway turnoff, you’ll see a sign on the right side of the road pointing to the ranch entrance on the left. Turn left into the Ranch and proceed to the Welcome Cabin, the first cabin on the left side of the entry road. Guest parking spaces are adjacent to the Welcome Cabin and are marked.

The ranch telephone number is (866) 333-4080 for assistance or further directions.