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Hayden Lake

 
  You clearly must love Hayden Lake. This lake is so wonderful. Hayden Lake Dam is worth visiting while you're here, and camping is available at El Vado Lake State Park.
A tour to El Vado Lake State Park when you're here at Hayden Lake is a good idea, and camping at Stone Lake - Jicarilla Apache Indian Res is always a good experience. This is a fine vicinity for folks who like lakes. Heron Reservoir is a lake around here. After a long day outdoors Branding
    Iron Motel is a nice location to spend a night or two. A magnificent spot to pop by next to Hayden Lake is Stock Driveway Canyon, and you're in all probability into lakes, El Vado Reservoir is one of those nearby.
 


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OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Hayden Lake.
 Lakes Near Hayden Lake:
El Vado Reservoir, Rio Arriba County, 9 miles away
Heron Reservoir, Rio Arriba County, 9 miles away
 Public Lands Near Hayden Lake:
El Vado Lake State Park, New Mexico, 9 miles away
Heron Lake State Park, New Mexico, 14 miles away
Bandelier National Monument, Los Alamos - NM, 58 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Hayden Lake:
Stone Lake - Jicarilla Apache Indian Res, Dulce, 5 miles away
El Vado Lake State Park, Cebolla, 8 miles away
Heron Lake State Park - Piedra Cove, Cebolla, 9 miles away
Enbom Lake - Jicarilla Apache, Dulce, 9 miles away
 Hotels Near Hayden Lake:
Quality Inn Pagosa Springs, Pagosa Springs, 37 miles away
Fireside Inn And Cabins, Pagosa Springs, 37 miles away
Elkwood ManorLuxury Bed Breakfast, Pagosa Springs, 37 miles away
Econo Lodge Pagosa Springs, Pagosa Springs, 38 miles away
Alpine Inn Of Pagosa Springs, Pagosa Springs, 38 miles away
 Whitewater Near Hayden Lake:
Rio Chama, Rio Arriba County, 9 miles away
      Class I-III - 33 miles long (El Vado Lake to Abiquiu Reservoir)
Rio Chama, Rio Arriba County, 19 miles away
      Class II-III - 7 miles long (Monastary to Big Eddy)

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