Few People Know There’s A Beautiful State Park Hiding In This Tiny New Mexico Town

We all know there is plenty of natural beauty scattered throughout the Land of Enchantment, and there’s plenty of protected land in the form of national and state parks. With a total of two national park sites and 35 state parks, we can spend our lives exploring nature around the state. One New Mexico state park is hiding out in Guadalupita, a small village in Mora County. Coyote Creek State Park may not be as well-known as other state parks, but it’s so worth visiting.


Have you ever visited Coyote Creek State Park? If so, what did you think? Do you have another favorite New Mexico state park? Tell us in the comments. For more information about Coyote Creek State Park, visit the New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department’s website.

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