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Abeyta Lake

  This lake is so wonderful. If you came to camp Hopewell Lake Campground is a great site to do that; you're almost certainly interested in lakes, Rinker Lake is one of those nearby. This lake is one of the great places here in the San Juan and Jemez Mountains.
You'll meet a lot of people from Vallecitos here, and the view of scenic Kiowa Mountain is nice.
If you have a thing about the outdoors you'll have a thing about it here in the San Juan and Jemez
    Mountains. Cleveland Gulch is a great place to discover, and don't leave without stopping by Carson National Forest. There's so much to do here at Abeyta Lake that you need to camp here for a while, El Ritito Campground is a pleasant spot for that.

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These outdoors activities are available near Abeyta Lake.
 Lakes Near Abeyta Lake:
Rinker Lake, Rio Arriba County, 7 miles away
Hopewell Lake, Rio Arriba County, 11 miles away
 Public Lands Near Abeyta Lake:
Carson National Forest, New Mexico, 3 miles away
Bandelier National Monument, Los Alamos - NM, 43 miles away
Santa Fe National Historic Trail, Santa Fe - NM, 46 miles away
Great Sand Dunes National Monument, Mosca - CO, 63 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Abeyta Lake:
El Ritito Campground, Rio Arriba County, 5 miles away
Hopewell Lake Campground, Rio Arriba County, 10 miles away
Laguna Larga, Vallecitos, 15 miles away
Canjilon Creek Campground, Rio Arriba County, 16 miles away
 Hotels Near Abeyta Lake:
Narrow Gauge RR Inn, Antonito, 28 miles away
Santa Claran Hotel, Espanola, 35 miles away
The Inn At The Delta, Espanola, 35 miles away
Rodeway Inn Espanola, Espanola, 35 miles away
Days Inn Espanola, Espanola, 35 miles away
 Whitewater Near Abeyta Lake:
Rio Ojo Caliente, Rio Arriba County, 14 miles away
      Class I-II - 28 miles long (La Madera to confluence with Rio Chama)
San Antonio River, Rio Arriba County, 17 miles away
      Class II-III - 20 miles long (Lagunitas to Los Pinos)

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