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Call before you go!! We went Feb 27 2018 It's a long and windy road and took about 1.5 hrs from POS. When we arrived there were folks guarding the site and caution tape everywhere. We waited a bit thinking the scene might change and...More
It's a long drive and there are caution tapes and people all around who will stop you entering. Locals tell me that later in the day people leave and you can get in . We aren't of a disposition to wait several hours.
Much to my expectation, Devils Woodyard was well kept and maintained and has come a long way from when I last visited mannny years ago. Don't expect a very active volcano or even extremely large craters (still the same size to when I first visited...More
At the end of a long drive south of New Grant TRINIDAD, the twenty or so vents are in a well maintained, safe field, with a kids play park and picnic benches. The tallest 'volcano' had a 3' tall cone of mud while all the...More
To the civilian non-geologist, Devil's Woodyard is an ugly place where the planet "passes gas!"
To the geologically inclined, it's a really interesting place - a MUD Volcano!
No red hot lava, just hot smelly gases blurting out every now and then, in unattractive gloops...More
The Devils wood yard is on all the maps as a tourist attraction to visit. It was quite difficult to find and it really helped having the waypoint in my GPS. [ -61.33158°W 10.27526°N ]The road to the attraction has a number of landslides where...More
I visited this woodyard,but much to my preference it was nothing i expected apart from a small mound of mud bubbling because of some activity underground,but nothing too spectular to even take a picture.