Tetilla Peak Recreation Area
Forest Service / BLM
Number of Sites: 45
About: Cochiti Dam is the 11th largest earth-filled dam in the world. Cochiti Lake derives its name from the Indian Pueblo on whose land the project is located. Cochiti has many opportunities for both wildlife viewing and recreation. Four osprey nesting platforms have recently been erected around the lake to provide nesting sites as well as viewing opportunities. A favorite water activity at Cochiti Lake is wind-surfing. Cochiti is a No-Wake Lake.
Fees: See Recreation.gov
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Directions: Take I-25 north from Albuquerque, NM or south from Santa Fe to Exit 264. Travel west on State Road 16 to the Tetilla Peak Recreation Area/La Bajada Village turnoff and follow the paved road into the recreation area.
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