Bear with me on this one, I don't know if you are looking for a leisurely weekend in the mountains or are looking to cover some territory in a short amount of time, but (Day 1) Redstone Park via #207 starting at The Catwalk is a perfect destination along Whitewater Creek Trail #207, done in a day with plenty of time for settling in for the evening, there are a couple really primo sites to pitch tarp and get water immediately off trail. Whitewater Creek isn't really flowing hard, rarely does, if you cross right you don't get wet all the way up to the base of Whitewater Baldy, just bring some poles and hop the stones. The next trail intersect is #206 right in the Redstone Park vicinity depending on where you camped, #206 offers a semi-arduous but doable dayhike opportunity for Center Baldy and if you're ambitious a double summit of Center Baldy then hike north up to Whitewater Baldy (2nd summit) along the Crest Trail #182, then shoot down Hummingbird Saddle, descend the switchbacks down to Whitewater Creek and hike #207 W back to Redstone Park (Day2, dayhike). That would be a big counterclockwise loop hike with a fair amount of elevation gain and loss but is definitely doable and would give you great views of both the east and west portions of the Gila Wilderness extending into the Gila River basin. Day 3 you could pack up and head back W along #207 out of Redstone Park and back to The Catwalk.
Day 1 (#207) Catwalk> Redstone Park
Day 2 Dayhike (#206, #181, #182, #207) Redstone Park to Center Baldy via (#206, #181) and connect to #182 Crest Trail north to Whitewater Baldy, then descend SW to #207 down the switchbacks back to Restone Park.
Day 3 (#207) Redstone Park> Catwalk
Just an idea, good luck wherever you go. Weather is looking clear in Southern New Mexico for the next week, cooler temps but dry.