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Living Desert State Park © Neil Knott
Cimarron Canyon State Park The Palisades © Kristy Ashmore
Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge Sand Hills in the morning © Dan Verrips
Lincoln National Forest Dog Canyon © Ted Gorczyca
Taken in the Lincoln National Forest Rt 137
Navajo Lake State Park Navajo Lake State Park © Annick Desjardins
Roadrunner ©
Small Boy Fishing ©
Gone fishin.
Oh Yell ©
Cool Swim ©
Campfire and Hotdogs ©
Roasting hot dogs over an open fire.
Picnic Table ©
It is always a great day for a picnic in the park.
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New Mexico Parks Visitor Reviews
12/2/2021 3:26:37 PM Clayton Lake State Park by Jo_F
Peaceful - This is a very beautiful place for people who enjoy the quiet serenity of nature. Campsites are well spaced apart, well maintained trails, clean bathrooms A perfect place for an artist to view and be inspired by the land around you.
4/19/2021 3:09:50 AM Morphy Lake State Park by Jessica_S
Path - This definitely needs a path as well as steps that lead to and from campsites and parking areas. Walking down a rocky hills very dangerous as well A not handicaped suitable. Please fix this issue
4/15/2021 11:17:39 PM Rockhound State Park by Wanda_G
Wonderful Memories - My husband and I spent part of our 25th anniversary trip and his birthday in Rockhound State Park many years ago. It was our first but not our last stay in one of the most beautiful and well maintained parks out of the 37states we visited.. I have many wonderful memories of camping there and witnessing the Duck Races in Deming. Thank you for the hospitality and memories.
4/9/2021 3:01:52 AM City of Rocks State Park by Jeanne_A
Unbelievable adventure park - What a wonderful park The trails around and through this park are amazing. We hiked and biked and then went to the near by hot springs to relax our tired bodies. Even stayed a second night for another day of fun Sunrise and sunsets were stunning
9/3/2020 11:28:18 AM Storrie Lake State Park by bubba64
No fish - NM Game and fish puts no fish in this lake never on the stocking report
9/3/2020 10:18:50 AM Rockhound State Park
Not open to out of state residents. - Drove 126 miles to see one way, and not open to out of state residents.
7/4/2020 6:45:46 PM Morphy Lake State Park by Bruce
Great if it opens - People are crowding in big box stores, but families not allowed to camp in healthy outdoor air
11/28/2018 10:14:00 PM Rockhound State Park by patricia alexander
Favorite park. - Very nice and quiet park. People very nice. Camp hosts were excellent. Willdefinately be going back.
10/26/2018 6:12:06 AM Rockhound State Park
- Beautiful park, very well maintained Love the trails
9/25/2018 7:46:20 PM Fenton Lake State Park by Scott C.
Had a great time - Myself and 3 teens. We reserved a site and stayed 2 nights during the week. Was quiet. Would do it again.
9/24/2018 11:42:46 AM Kit Carson Memorial State Park by Frank
Where did our park go - Kit Carson Park was a great family park. Now it is just for music events and is trashed. Grass slowly disappearing Parks are for public use not just for money making ventures
7/11/2018 8:18:29 AM Pancho Villa State Park by Fellow Patriot
Park Named after an Enemy??? - As a retired military officer, I think naming this park after an enemy of the United States is disgraceful. And embarrassing to the state of New Mexico
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