New Mexico Hotel Reservations
Cimarron Canyon State Park
Crossed by the namesake Cimarron River, this park brings wildlife viewing, fishing, and outdoor exploration into one easy to reach New Mexico destination. Anglers descend for the famous trout fishing opportunities while avid hikers tramp into the 33,000 acre-wide Colin Neblett Wildlife Area. Horsebackers and hikers alike can see waterfalls, experience the Gravel Pit lakes and the Palisades Sill, and view deer, elk, bears, and turkeys in their natural habitat.
Best of all, the park is open 24 hours a day all year long, is 24 miles southeast of Red River and is just upstream from Eagle Nest Lake State Park. From hiking and fishing in the summer to snow shoeing in the winter, Cimarron Canyon State Park offers adventures for anyone who's looking.
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