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Cibola National Forest & Visitor Center11776 South Highway 337
Tijeras, NM 87059
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A welcome center to help make the most of your travels. Complete with maps, area information, restrooms, travel & road conditions.
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Shugarman’s Little Chocolate Shop - Organic ingredients and exotic flavors leave you begging for more at this hidden chocolate oasis. Open Wednesday to Sunday 11 am - 5 pm.
The Great Madrid Gift Emporium & Maggie’s Diner - Rare Turquoise, Gaspeite & Pawn Jewelry. MAGGIE'S DINER from Wild Hogs, selling movie memorabilia & T-shirts.
Weasel & Fitz - Recycled and found-object art with a touch of whimsey.
Turquoise Trail Electric, Plumbing & Water - Free electrical and plumbing estimates. Water tanks, softeners, RO units and supplies. FREE water testing.
Gypsy Plaza - 12 unique shops in Madrid's south end. Featuring local arts, jewelry, chocolates, paintings, sculpture, leather, metal & fiber arts and vintage boots & collectables.
Seppanen & Daughters - Tibetan carpets, Oaxacan rugs, Navajo and African textiles. Blankets. Surprises.
The Old Schoolhouse Gallery - Fine Art Gallery featuring original artwork, ceramics and jewelry by local artists.
New Mexico Public Lands Information Center - One-stop resource for outdoor recreation on State & Federal lands; maps, guidebooks, permits, free information.
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National Scenic BywayOn June 15, 2000 the Turquoise Trail received designation as a National Scenic Byway from the The National Scenic Byways Program after completing a comprehensive corridor management plan.
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