New Mexico State Parks

In common with other Southwest states, most state parks in New Mexico contain an artificial lake, and are popular for camping, fishing and boating rather than hiking or the beauty of the natural landscapes, but there are several more scenic and unusual locations - principally Bottomless Lakes, Cimarron Canyon, City of Rocks, Oliver Lee Memorial, Rock Hound, Sugarite Canyon and Villanueva.

Other New Mexico listings: national parks and monuments and national forests.



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