The Cibola National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1964 to enhance wintering grounds for waterfowl and other migratory birds. A graded dirt road travels south of the Visitor Center to access Hart Mine Marsh. The road once continued to Cibola Lakes but now deadends with minimal room to turn around. This track includes Hart Mine Marsh. If you wish to see Cibola Lakes, take the well-signed crossover onto Levee Road south of Hart Mine Marsh.
There is no camping on the Refuge.
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