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Dry Lake

 
  Camping is available at Resumidero, and places like El Vado Lake State Park are delightful to have a look at.
Not far from Dry Lake, you'll discover Heron Reservoir which is a wonderful lake. Take a hike on the Penas Negras Trail. Lakes are good; El Vado Reservoir is a lake that's in the neighborhood of Dry Lake. Dry Lake is a beautiful lake in the San Juan and Jemez Mountains. This lake is so wonderful. A great place to camp here at Dry Lake is Rio Chama;
    hiking along the Clear Creek Trail is good fun.
A good 7-mile-from-beginning-to-end whitewater segment on Rio Chama is close by. This, the Monastary to Big Eddy section, is a grade II-III.
 


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OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Dry Lake.
 Lakes Near Dry Lake:
El Vado Reservoir, Rio Arriba County, 14 miles away
Heron Reservoir, Rio Arriba County, 19 miles away
 Public Lands Near Dry Lake:
El Vado Lake State Park, New Mexico, 19 miles away
Heron Lake State Park, New Mexico, 23 miles away
Fenton Lake State Park, New Mexico, 26 miles away
Bandelier National Monument, Los Alamos - NM, 46 miles away
Santa Fe National Historic Trail, Santa Fe - NM, 64 miles away
Petroglyph National Monument, Albuquerque - NM, 68 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Dry Lake:
Rio Chama, Coyote, 9 miles away
Resumidero, Coyote, 14 miles away
El Vado Lake State Park, Cebolla, 15 miles away
Rio Puerco Campground, Rio Arriba County, 15 miles away
 Hotels Near Dry Lake:
Comfort Inn & Suites Los Alamos, Los Alamos, 43 miles away
Holiday Inn Express & Suites LOS ALAMOS ENTRADA PARK, Los Alamos, 46 miles away
 Hiking Trails Near Dry Lake:
Penas Negras Trail, Rio Arriba County, 15 miles away
Clear Creek Trail, Rio Arriba County, 16 miles away
 Whitewater Near Dry Lake:
Rio Chama, Rio Arriba County, 8 miles away
      Class II-III - 7 miles long (Monastary to Big Eddy)
Rio Chama, Rio Arriba County, 14 miles away
      Class I-III - 33 miles long (El Vado Lake to Abiquiu Reservoir)

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