We turned south (off hwy 126 about 4 miles west from La Cueva) onto FS 376. There were hundreds of boondockers on the east side of the road for a long ways.
There was a trail motor bike rally of some sort going on and a lot of the RV campers were related to that.
It looks like an excellent place to boondock in the warm months.
Here is a coordinate of just one of the areas where we saw RVs, but they were all along the east side of the road: 35.866395, -106.695532.
We saw a few boondockers on the north side along FS 144 also, but not as many.
The wonderful San Antonio Hot Springs are along the north side of FS 376 [GPS: 35.939776, -106.643482].
I've heard you can take FS 144 and then climb/hike down a cliffyish area to FS 376 and then up to the hot springs in order to avoid the really bad road condition of FS 376. (You need a high clearance 4x4 to get to the hot spring on FS 376.) I plan to explore this possibility in the near future. (See future post.)
I had my Mom and Dad in the back with us and everyone started freaking out when the FS 144 started getting rough so I didn't get to explore as far as I wanted to determine if access to San Antonio Hot Springs is possible, as I had heard. I will have to try again by myself.
Google Map Photos of San Antonio Hot Springs not correct - fix this.