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Approximately 60,000 years ago, the rain of cooling cinders and four lava flows formed Capulin Volcano, a nearly perfectly-shaped cinder cone, rising ... Read More
This park contains 113 caves, formed when sulfuric acid dissolved the surrounding limestone, creating some of the largest caves in North America. T... Read More
Chaco Canyon was a major center of Puebloan culture between AD 850 and 1250. The Chacoan sites are part of the homeland of Pueblo Indian peoples of Ne... Read More
Volcanic features such as lava flows, cinder cones, pressure ridges and complex lava tube systems dominate the landscape. Closer inspection reveals un... Read More
El Morro National Monument is a fascinating mixture of both human and natural history. Rising 200 feet above the valley floor, this massive sandstone ... Read More
Pecos preserves 12,000 years of history including the ancient pueblo of Pecos, two Spanish Colonial Missions, Santa Fe Trail sites, 20th century ranch... Read More
This park sits on the Mexican border. It tells the story of the Pancho Villa raid in its museum and exhibits.
This park offers distant views of Zion Canyon.
This park in northwestern New Mexico interprets structures built by the Pueblo people over 1000 years ago.
To learn more about the native history around Albuquerque, take a dog friendly hike at Petroglyph National Monument. The Visitors Center has maps f... Read More
The park's deep sinkhole lakes offer boating, swimming, and even scuba diving!
Start at the Santa Fe depot to walk this 17-mile trail through the towns of El Dorado and Lamy.
This park sits 12 miles north of Carlesbad and offers paddling, fishing, hiking, and camping.
The ski basin offers great summer hiking in a wilderness setting.
The Valles Caldera Preserve offers limited places that allow pets. However, you can hike the La Jara trail, Valle Grande trail, and Coyote Call trail.
Within sight of the Caballo Mountains, the lake offers boating, paddling, swimming, fishing, and more. The park has a large campground a trials for hi... Read More
Cerrillos Hills Park is located a short distance from Santa Fe. On it's five miles of trails you'll enjoy spectacular view of the ... Read More
The park extends follows the Cimarron Canyon for eight miles between Tolby Creek and Ute Park. The Palisades ... Read More
This park takes its name from a geological formations of volcanic rock. It is ideal for hiking and stargazing.
The park features a 170-acre reservoir for reservation as well as a fossil trackway showing the path of the dinosaurs. It is located close to New M... Read More
Just northwest of Tucumcari, this lake features secluded coves, canyons, and sandy beaches, excellent for camping, boating, and fishing.
Coyote Creek State Park, about an hour southeast of Taos, is nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains along a meandering stream.
At 8,300 feet in elevation, the park offers a cool retreat from the summer heat for fisherman, boaters, campers, hikers and wildlife enthusiasts.
The first part of a greenway trail that will eventually extend to 15 miles, the downtown River Trail is a meandering path. It's perfect for stepping a... Read More
Elephant Butte is New Mexico's largest state park. The park offers boating, hiking, and camping.
El Vado Lake State Park, located in New Mexico’s northern mountains, offers fishing, boating, camping, hiki... Read More
This mountain retreat in the Jemez mountains offers loads of fishing, camping, and hiking fun.
This scenic park sits in the pine forests of northern New Mexico. The quiet lake is a no-wake one, providing serenity for visitors. ... Read More
The monument is ideal for photography, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, camping, and wildlife viewing.
Established to protect prehistoric fossils, the site is now open to hiking, horseback riding, and off-road driving. There are no developed sites for v... Read More
This park is New Mexico’s first and set in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in a forest of pines along Little Te... Read More
The monument is a great setting for whitewater rafting, hunting, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, and camping.
Pets must be kept under control... Read More
Once an infantry and cavalry post, the conservation area now allows camping, hiking, and horseback riding.
A short drive from Las Cruces, this park offers access to the Rio Grande for fishing and boating.
Explore this park along the Rio Grande river by taking a self-guided hike or follow a ranger to learn even more.
This park sits at 8000 feet in elevation along the edge of the Pecos Wilderness.
This park contains the second largest state in the park. It has two marinas and several campgrounds
Set near the dramatic Sacramento mountains, the park offers quiet camping and hiking.
This park lies along Tiger Lake and has a 1/2 mile walking trail around it. Enjoy covered picnic areas with grills.
Percha Dam park sits along the shores of the Rio Grande. It offers fishing and camping.
Young Park has several walking paths and dog spots with doggy clean up bags.
This park on the rugged slopes of the Little Florida Mountains offers trails for viewing stunning wildflowers as well as camping.
This eastern New Mexico reservoir offers fishing, boating, camping, and hiking. The park also has equestrian campsites.
Rising from the heart of the Tularosa Basin is one of the world's great natural wonders - the glistening white sands of New Mexico. Here, great wav... Read More
The park's serene lake offers opportunities for fishing and windsurfing.
The park's lakes, creeks, and forests offer wildlife watching, fishing, boating, and camping.
The park's lake sits on a grassy plain and offers boating, fishing, and camping. Some sites even have lake views.
This reservoir at the center of this park is one of the largest lakes in the state. It offers a wide range of water-based fun.
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