Hyde Memorial State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 50
Number of Sites with Electric: 7
Beautiful scenery, a quiet natural setting, and easy access make Hyde Memorial State Park a favorite picnic area, campground, respite, and base camp for excursion to the surrounding Santa Fe National Forest.
Located in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the park is vegetated with dense stands of evergreens, as well as aspen and shrubs. As a natural refuge for wildlife, the park provides the opportunity for the quiet and cautious visitors to view deer, raccoon, fox, coyote, squirrels, porcupine, and numerous species of butterflies and birds.
The unique beauty and natural wonders at Hyde Park make it an unforgettable reminder of nature's complexity.
Thirteen of our campsites have three-sided shelters as available. Nearly four miles of hiking and mountain biking trails in the park connect with many trails on the surrounding Santa Fe National Forest.
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