Cimarron Canyon State Park

Cimarron Canyon State Park


Location:3 miles east of Eagle Nest via US 64.
Facilities:88 developed campsites, restrooms (é), picnic area (é), trails.
Activities:Camping, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, hunting (seasonal), wildlife viewing.
Special Features:Park is part of a 33,116-acre wildlife area in New Mexico's high country and features spectacular palisade cliffs along the Cimarron River. Trout fishing here is excellent.
Address:PO Box 185
Eagle Nest, NM 87718

Phone:505-377-6271
Web: www.emnrd.state.nm.us/PRD/CimarronCanyon.htm
Size: 33,000 acres land. Elevation: 8,000 feet.

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10 A NEW WILD WEST This summer, Johnny Depp's Lone Ranger stirs up clouds of dust in Cimarron Canyon State Park. Strike out from Taos; the park is an hour east along scenic U.S.
At 8,000 feet in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, sundappled, wildflower-filled, 8-mile-long Cimarron Canyon State Park is a haven for campers, hikers, and anglers.