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Fenton Lake State Park

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Key Info18 MILES, JEMEZ SPRINGS New Mexico is beginning our Outdoor Recreation Plan and needs your input! The plan will: Address the state and nation's outdoor recreation trends and their economic impacts Inventory the state's resources and address how best to protect them Help determine the state's priorities for awarding federal funds from the Land and Water Conservation Fund Important Information for Daily EntranceDay Use Pass Entrance Permits should be printed and placed on your dashboard so that it is visible to Park Rangers at all times. Failure to display the permit could result in a citation. If you are unable to print your permit, please proceed immediately to a self-pay station in the park and follow the instructions found there for filling out a Self Pay Permit.DirectionFROM INTERSTATE 25 TAKE HWY 550 (EXIT 242) TO STATE ROAD 4 IN SAN YSIDRO, THEN PROCEED 7 MILES PAST JEMEZ SPRINGS AND TURN ON STATE ROAD 126. FENTON LAKE IS 8 MILES FURTHER FROM THAT TURNOFF.Other Phone NumbersRA Phone Number: 1-877-664-7787 (Reservations)Booking Window Product Info

Campgrounds inside of Fenton Lake State Park

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