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Bluewater Lake
Bottomless Lakes - Roswell, New Mexico.
Brantley Lake - Carlsbad, New Mexico.
Caballo Lake - Caballo, New Mexico. This park's claim to fame are the majestic Bald and Golden Eagles that migrate through the area.
Cimarron Canyon - Part of the 33,116-acre Colin Neblett Wildlife Area -- the largest wildlife area in the state. Located in Eagle Nest.
City of Rocks - Faywood, New Mexico.
Clayton Lake - Offers excellent fishing and walk a half-mile to the lake's spillway and see the internationally significant dinosaur trackway, containing more than 500 footprints dating back more than 100 million years. Seneca, New Mexico.
Conchas Lake - Offers a wide variety of water sport activities including boating, fishing and water-skiing at this 25-mile long reservoir. Conchas Dam, New Mexico.
Coyote Creek - Located in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in Guadalupita, New Mexico.
El Vado Lake - Located in New Mexico's northern mountains El Vado Lake offers fishing, boating, hiking, water-skiing, and winter cross-country skiing.
Elephant Butte Lake - The largest and most popular lake in New Mexico.
Fenton Lake - A popular year-round retreat surrounded by beautiful ponderosa pine forests, the park features a cross-country ski and biathlon trail and wheelchair accessible fishing platforms. Close to Jemez Springs, New Mexico.
Heron Lake - Designated as a "quiet lake" where boats operate at no-wake speeds only. This park is known for its excellent sailing, fishing, cross-country skiing, and hiking. Los Ojos, New Mexico.
Hyde Memorial - Located close to the Santa Fe National Forest.
Leasburg Dam - Offers fishing, canoeing and kayaking. Located near Radium Springs, New Mexico.
Living Desert - Dedicated to the interpretation of the Chihuahuan Desert, Living Desert State Park is an indoor/outdoor living museum displaying more than 40 native animal species and hundreds of succulents from around the world on a 1.3 mile guided tour. Carlsbad, New Mexico.
Manzano Mountains - Offers fishing, bird watching, photography, hiking, and cross-country skiing near Albuquerque, in Mountainair, New Mexico.
Morphy Lake - Undeveloped area is accessible by foot or by high-clearance vehicle. Guadalupita, New Mexico.
Navajo Lake - Three separate recreation areas comprise this park. Pine River, the most developed area along the lake, includes a visitor center with interpretive exhibits. Sims Mesa is across the lake. The San Juan River area below the dam is world renowned for excellent trout fishing. Navajo Dam, New Mexico.
New Mexico Guide - Living Desert State Park - Park which exhibits the varied plants and animals of the arid Chihuahuan Desert located near Carlsbad.

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