Water

The most precious resource in the Black Range.  It is supported by The Water of the Black Range video portfolio.

SPRINGS

Bald Hill Spring:  This page includes photographs of the tank at the spring and general directions/specific location.  This is one of the better maintained developed springs in the Range.

Bloodgood Spring:  This page includes the information from the original Black Range website as well as information/photographs gathered since that time.

Cooke’s Spring. The most historically significant spring in the area.

Frying Pan Spring:  Historically important but apparently dry.

Kingston Campground Spring.  One of the best “natural” springs in the area.

McKnight Spring/Cabin.  Truly a beautiful spot near the crest of the Black Range.

Mineral Creek Spring:  There are, of course, numerous springs in the Black Range and most are unnamed.  This spring is west of Forest Road 157 along the trail up Mineral Creek, it is less than a mile from the road.

Mud Spring.  Along side the road (NM-157)

Picket Spring.  About two miles ne of Kingston.

Reid-Armer Spring.  Off of North Percha Road, near the ruins of the old goat ranch.

South Percha Spring.  Alongside South Percha Creek west of Drummond Canyon.

Southwest Canyon Spring.  West of NM-152 in Southwest Canyon, below Emory Pass.


HIGH WATER EVENTS


Report on the 1972 Flood in Hillsboro


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