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Located in a cluster of suburban neighborhoods in northwestern Rio Rancho, the Arroyo De Los Montoyas Trail follows a stretch of the earthen flood channel for just over a mile, providing a helpful recreation path that also helps form part of a trail network that services this small community. Starting in the south, the trail springs off from the King Boulevard Trail along the side of the roadway, just a stone's throw away from the start of the Arroyo Ponce de Leon Trail. The trail heads north and west, passing behind rows of homes as it follows the typically dry and dusty arroyo, coming to an end as it rejoins King Boulevard just east of King Meadows Park - a neighborhood recreation site that offers playgrounds and plenty of open space.
Parking is available near both ends of the trail; at Zia Park in the south, and at King Meadows Park in the north. Zia Park is located on Zia Street just off of King Boulevard, and King Meadows Park is located at 3601 King Boulevard.
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