"Cmaping at Fenton Lake State Park" by Alan Levine , public domain

Fenton Lake

State Park - New Mexico

The Jemez Mountains provide the backdrop for this stunning year-round retreat surrounded by beautiful ponderosa pine forests. Fenton Lake State Park is a mellow mountain escape. The Rio Cebolla flows through the park and there is a fishing and canoeing lake too. The park also attracts campers, hikers and cross-country skiers. There's even a fun playground for the kids. Stocked with rainbow trout from fall through spring, the lake is home to German brown trout, an ideal spot for flyfishing. Although most anglers prefer the warmth and comfort of summer, there is also winter ice fishing.

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Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) of the Southwestern area of Santa Fe National Forest (NF) in New Mexico. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Santa Fe MVUM - Southwest 2021

Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) of the Southwestern area of Santa Fe National Forest (NF) in New Mexico. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Fenton Lake SP http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/SPD/fentonlakestatepark.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fenton_Lake_State_Park The Jemez Mountains provide the backdrop for this stunning year-round retreat surrounded by beautiful ponderosa pine forests. Fenton Lake State Park is a mellow mountain escape. The Rio Cebolla flows through the park and there is a fishing and canoeing lake too. The park also attracts campers, hikers and cross-country skiers. There's even a fun playground for the kids. Stocked with rainbow trout from fall through spring, the lake is home to German brown trout, an ideal spot for flyfishing. Although most anglers prefer the warmth and comfort of summer, there is also winter ice fishing.
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Main Park Entrance > Fenton Lake State Park Hal Baxter Trail gF 126 ¬ « 5 In winter, the road is used as a XC ski trail, closed to vehicles. The road and trail are a 2.3 mile loop. Loop E Sites 10-14 9 Group Campground 9 Sites 16-18 9 Loop D Sites 2E-5E 9 g Park Office @ g 5 5 Da m Group 3 Shelter Sites 1-9 9 Fenton Lake g 5F Lake Fork Day Use Area Rio Cebolla Trail morial e M r e t Hal Bax 1 mile 9 Campground 3 Group Shelter @ Park Office g 5 Pay Station Picnic Area F Trailhead Trail Trail in Winter F Road 0 0.125 0.25 0.5 Miles / 1:7,500 9/2012 - NM-EMNRD-SPD
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