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Cissell Lake

  This lake is so wonderful. A magnificent site to camp here at Cissell Lake is La Junta Point, and while you're here you will meet lots of people from nearby Ojo Caliente. Why not camp at Cebolia Mesa Campground if you're here at Cissell Lake, and a delightful lake like Rinker Lake is a glorious spot to pop by.
If you need a place to stay Narrow Gauge RR Inn is a magnificent choice. Palmer Canyon is near Cissell Lake and is beyond doubt a great site to
    explore, and Carson National Forest is worth going to.
During the months of summer here at Cissell Lake, high temperatures frequently reach the 80's.

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These outdoors activities are available near Cissell Lake.
 Lakes Near Cissell Lake:
Rinker Lake, Rio Arriba County, 18 miles away
 Public Lands Near Cissell Lake:
Carson National Forest, New Mexico, 15 miles away
Santa Fe National Historic Trail, Santa Fe - NM, 48 miles away
Bandelier National Monument, Los Alamos - NM, 50 miles away
Great Sand Dunes National Monument, Mosca - CO, 56 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Cissell Lake:
La Junta Point, San Cristobal, 16 miles away
Cebolia Mesa Campground, Taos County, 17 miles away
La Junta Canyon, San Cristobal, 17 miles away
La Junta Campground, Taos County, 17 miles away
 Hotels Near Cissell Lake:
Narrow Gauge RR Inn, Antonito, 25 miles away
La Posada De Taos, Taos, 28 miles away
Touchstone Inn, Taos, 28 miles away
Sagebrush Inn Conference Center, Taos, 28 miles away
Hampton Inn Taos, Taos, 29 miles away
 Whitewater Near Cissell Lake:
Rio Grande, Taos/Rio Arriba County, 16 miles away
      Class II-III - 8 miles long (Red River confluence to John Dunn Bridge)
Rio Grande, Taos County, 17 miles away
      Class III-IV - 14 miles long (John Dunn Bridge to Taos Junction Bridge)
Rio Ojo Caliente, Rio Arriba County, 18 miles away
      Class I-II - 28 miles long (La Madera to confluence with Rio Chama)

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