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  There's so much to do here at Wilson Lake that you need to camp here for a while, La Junta Point is a great place for that. Wilson Lake is next to Carson National Forest which is a charming location. If you came to camp Cebolia Mesa Campground is a glorious location to do that; Wilson Lake is not far at all from Ojo Caliente.
This lake is so wonderful. This is a good area for folks who like lakes. Rinker Lake is a lake in the neighborhood. Wilson Lake is
    one of the lakes here in the Sangre De Cristo Mountains.
It is very dehydrated here at Wilson Lake mostly. The month of August is the wettest with most of the rain, and January is when it's the driest.
 


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OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Wilson Lake.
 Lakes Near Wilson Lake:
Rinker Lake, Rio Arriba County, 20 miles away
 Public Lands Near Wilson Lake:
Carson National Forest, New Mexico, 17 miles away
Santa Fe National Historic Trail, Santa Fe - NM, 49 miles away
Bandelier National Monument, Los Alamos - NM, 52 miles away
Great Sand Dunes National Monument, Mosca - CO, 55 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Wilson Lake:
La Junta Point, San Cristobal, 15 miles away
Cebolia Mesa Campground, Taos County, 15 miles away
La Junta Canyon, San Cristobal, 15 miles away
La Junta Campground, Taos County, 15 miles away
 Hotels Near Wilson Lake:
Narrow Gauge RR Inn, Antonito, 24 miles away
Touchstone Inn, Taos, 27 miles away
La Posada De Taos, Taos, 27 miles away
Sagebrush Inn Conference Center, Taos, 27 miles away
Hotel La Fonda De Taos, Taos, 27 miles away
 Whitewater Near Wilson Lake:
Rio Grande, Taos/Rio Arriba County, 15 miles away
      Class II-III - 8 miles long (Red River confluence to John Dunn Bridge)
Rio Grande, Taos/Rio Arriba County, 16 miles away
      Class V - 6 miles long (Chiflo Campground to Little Arsenic Trail)
Rio Grande, Taos County, 16 miles away
      Class III-IV - 14 miles long (John Dunn Bridge to Taos Junction Bridge)

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