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Laguna Gurule

 
  This lake is located in the wonderful San Juan and Jemez Mountains.
So many fun things to do in the San Juan and Jemez Mountains, not sufficient time. You'll need more than a day to explore everything Laguna Gurule has to offer, you can camp at Nacimiento Campground. Hiking is a popular thing to do around Laguna Gurule; Clear Creek Trail is a magnificent local trail. There's so much to do here at Laguna Gurule that you need to camp here for a while, Resumidero
    is a pleasant spot for that. When you're here at Laguna Gurule it's always fun to stop by El Vado Lake State Park. Do check out Deer Lake next to Laguna Gurule, it's a delightful lake, and the Penas Negras Trail offers hiking at its best.
 


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OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Laguna Gurule.
 Lakes Near Laguna Gurule:
Deer Lake, Sandoval County, 19 miles away
 Public Lands Near Laguna Gurule:
El Vado Lake State Park, New Mexico, 24 miles away
Fenton Lake State Park, New Mexico, 28 miles away
Heron Lake State Park, New Mexico, 29 miles away
Bandelier National Monument, Los Alamos - NM, 53 miles away
Petroglyph National Monument, Albuquerque - NM, 68 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Laguna Gurule:
Nacimiento Campground, Rio Arriba County, 18 miles away
Resumidero, Coyote, 18 miles away
Rio Chama, Coyote, 18 miles away
Rio Puerco Campground, Rio Arriba County, 19 miles away
 Hiking Trails Near Laguna Gurule:
Clear Creek Trail, Rio Arriba County, 16 miles away
Penas Negras Trail, Rio Arriba County, 17 miles away
 Whitewater Near Laguna Gurule:
Rio Chama, Rio Arriba County, 18 miles away
      Class II-III - 7 miles long (Monastary to Big Eddy)
Rio Chama, Rio Arriba County, 20 miles away
      Class I-III - 33 miles long (El Vado Lake to Abiquiu Reservoir)

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