The U.S. Forest Service announced that Santa Fe, Carson, Lincoln and Cibola – which includes the Sandia Mountains – national forests will open to the public. You can even have campfires, but don't leave it unattended and be sure it is totally out before you leave your campsite.
The National Park Service followed suit, reopening Bandelier National Monument under the same conditions. And the Valles Caldera in the Jemez has also reopened.
The Cerro Pelado Fire area in the Jemez and Pecos/Las Vegas portions of the Santa Fe National Forest, the Bear Trap area near Magdalena and northern portions of Carson National Forest and parts of the El Rito area will remain closed due to ongoing fire suppression and cleanup.
Check out all the info in this story from the Albuquerque Journal.