Gallo Lake Inholding
Gallo Lake is a true first inholding surrounded on all sides by Apache Sitegraves National Forest. This 160 acre inholding sets in a huge grass draw surrounded by 9000’ ponderosa pine covered peaks. After the monsoon storms, a dry lake bed on the deeded acreage will fill and hold lots of water which becomes a daily wallowing spot for bull elk prior to and during the rut.
Access to Gallo Lake Inholding
From HWY 32, travel approximately 5 miles on the gravel-maintained Slaughter Mesa Road, then go another 1/2 mile on the Apache Mountain Road. The property is seldom inaccessible due to snow or rain.
Acreage of Gallo Lake Inholding
There are 160 deeded acres on this Gallo Lake listing.
New Mexico Hunting Property Information
The property will qualify for the (SCR) E-plus program where an occasional elk tag will be allocated. The property holds elk during all seasons and occasionally turkeys.
Vegetation on Gallo Lake Inholding
There is grama grass and some rabbit brush. Trees include scattered ponderosa pines, piñon pine, and junipers.