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Clayton Lake State Park

Clayton Lake State Park
141 Clayton Lake Road
575-374-8808

The park is an oasis in the rolling grasslands of northeastern New Mexico. Enjoy boating, picnicking, camping, fishing and hiking. Get a unique glimpse of the past when you explore one of the most extensive dinosaur trackways in North America and a close-up look at the stars at the Lake Observatory. 

Activities

Boating

Motorized
Non-motorized
Canoe/kayak/Board
Trolling speed only

Camping

Education Programs

Fishing

Picnicking

Trails
1.4 Miles
Hiking
Interpretive Trails

Wildlife Viewing
Birding

Prohibited Activities:
Hunting

Amenities

Boating Facilities:
Boat Ramp

Campground Facilities
5 Campgrounds
26 Developed Campsites
7 Sites with Water
9 W+ E Sites (30 amp)
Group Campsites

Restrooms
Restrooms with water
Showers
Vault Toilets

Group Facilities
2 Group Picnic Shelter
Group Camping

Pre-Historic Site: Dinosaur Tracks

Visitor Center
Exhibits

Observatory



Clayton Lake State Park is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media

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