Ox Bow and Levee Roads run from Ehrenberg on Interstate 10 to Cibola Lakes along the Colorado River. The well-maintained road sometimes morphs into parallel upper and lower roads since there are higher and lower levees along portions of the river. Short connectors between the upper and lower roads are plentiful. The upper levee provides 360-degree views, while the lower road provides a more intimate look at the Colorado River. Both are graded roads, with the upper being slightly wider. The road ends near Cibola Lakes, with room to turn around.
Plenty of riverside campsites of varying sizes sit along the north and central parts of the track. South of Baseline Road, the trail enters the Cibola National Wildlife Refuge, and camping is prohibited, though there are day-use areas.
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