This Sandy Beach In New Mexico Will Make You Feel A Million Miles Away From It All

Lake Farmington is a 250-acre reservoir in the Four Corners region of New Mexico. It’s a soothing spot to relax and let your worries drift away. Fishermen have long loved it for its supply of rainbow trout and largemouth bass, but now swimmers can also enjoy Lake Farmington.

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To reach Lake Farmington (which used to be known as Beeline Reservoir), take NM-516/Main Street. The turnoff is opposite the flea market.

New Mexico has less surface water than any other state but there are still beautiful lakes and refreshing swimming holes to be found. You can even take a dip under a waterfall!

Where’s your favorite place to cool off? Have you been to Lake Farmington yet?