State Park - New Mexico
This reservoir on the Canadian River is one of the longest lakes in the state at nearly 13 miles, and boasts a variety of fun water sports. The campgrounds offer a variety of camping experiences, including the Yucca Campground, designed for RVs.
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Ute Lake SP http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/SPD/utelakestatepark.html This reservoir on the Canadian River is one of the longest lakes in the state at nearly 13 miles, and boasts a variety of fun water sports. The campgrounds offer a variety of camping experiences, including the Yucca Campground, designed for RVs.
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Ute Lake Nature Trail Ute Lake State Park DISTANCE 575.487.2284 • www.nmparks.com 1.75 Miles Total Trail Description: ACTIVITIES F Hiking Mt. Biking H This network of trails provides a unique experience of Ute Lake State Park as it winds through the desert, in and out of arroyos, and along the edge of a narrow canyon of fractured bedrock. There are several spur trails that will take you to benches overlooking the lake. Create a 2 mile loop between the Logan and Rogers Trailheads. AMENITIES Benches 5 Picnic Shelters ELEVATION Precautions: 3,800’ DIFFICULTY It can be hot, dry, and sunny. Please be prepared with plenty of water. Use caution at the canyon overlook, especially with children and dogs. Park Rules: Rogers Park ¬ « 540 The trail is within the park fee area. Vehicles must display a valid park permit, which can be purchased at a self-pay station or the visitor center. Trails > Village of Logan Logan Park Please pack out all trash ¬ « 54 £ ¤ 540 Windy Point @ North Area Ute Lake Keep dogs on a leash Canadian River Dam ¬ « Mine Canyon NO motor vehicles on the trail ¯ 0 0.5 552 South Side 1 2 Miles Funded by a Federal Highway Administration Recreational Trails Program Grant 20 miles to Tucumcari ` s er og g rk Pa ï oR <T Ute Lake Nature Trail Bench 9 Campground g Pay Station 3 Picnic Shelter _ Restroom F Trailhead 5m 0.1 0 CR f 95 XF Rogers X Trailhead i 3 mi i Rogers Cutoff 0.1 7 0.22 m 0.21 mi X ï X 1 0.2 mi 0.10 mi Canyon Overlook ï 0.3 6 m i X ï ï 3 0.18 mi X 9 Ute Creek 0 125 250 1:4,500 500 Feet 9 Eagle Point < To Mari 2009 Orthophoto na / X F Logan Trailhead g _ 9 Logan Campground < To Main Park Entrance Ute Lake Hwy 540 Loop Logan TH to Rogers TH 1 mile
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