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Conchas Lake State Park

501 Bell Ranch Road
575-868-2270

Just northwest of Tucumcari, this lake features secluded coves, canyons, and sandy beaches, excellent for camping, boating, and fishing. One of New Mexico’s largest lakes, you can explore the 11 miles of the Conchas River or 14 miles of the South Canadian River portions of the lake. With miles of shoreline, there is ample opportunity for hiking and birding too. 



Reviews

Stephanie Ezell

Rating:
Thursday, June 14, 2018
Love this lake it's very fun and the water level is very full right now it's so much fun here. My family spent a whole week here and we can't wait to go back for fishing and to take the boat out and to go swimming again best week of our lives

J P

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Thursday, March 1, 2018
Beautiful little gem of a park. Make reservations for the sites on the bluff overlooking the lake but all are nice. Extremely clean restrooms and shower facilities. Cold water only. Quiet and peaceful. Picnic tables are sheltered. It's quite breezy this month, early March.

Albert Lopez

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Thursday, July 5, 2018
Be sure to bring your own shade because there aren't alot of trees there. I enjoyed it there though.

Robert Gonzales

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Saturday, July 7, 2018
Been coming here since I was a Boy and now I bring my boys here to fish and enjoy the Lake and ride the jetskis and spend the day out on the boat!

Daniel Davis

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Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Not tent friendly. Space is adequate but ground is rocky and hard to stake. You will probably be out of luck if you want to have a campfire. I think only the host has a fire pit in the North Campground and only about 5 have them in the Bell Point Campground.

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