New Mexico Hotel Reservations
Eagle Nest Lake State Park
Situated in a glacial valley on the slopes of New Mexico's Wheeler Peak, and just south of Cimarron Canyon State Park, Eagle Nest Lake State Park offers prime summer and winter activities. The namesake 2,400 acre Eagle Nest Lake is popular for salmon and trout fishing, along with boating and swimming. Once winter comes, visitors can enjoy ice fishing and snowmobiling.
The park lies 19 miles south of Red River and sits at an altitude of 8,300 feet in the Moreno Valley. It's not uncommon for park-goers to spot wildlife, including elk, deer, turkeys, and bears, no matter the season. Grounds are open 24 hours daily, with some partial seasonal closures.
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