Open: Open all year Number of Sites: 47 Number of Sites with Electric: 17
Coyote Creek State Park is nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains along a meandering stream. Enclosed by a forest of spruce and pine, the small valley displays abundant wildflowers and beautiful fall foliage. The park is ideal for fishing, family camping and leisurely nature walks.
Private campsites are scattered along the creek, which is sheltered by cottonwood trees and willow plants. The park's refreshing temperature offer relief during the height of New Mexico's summers.
Coyote Creek has the most densely stocked waters in New Mexico. Trout are abundant and provide excellent fishing for children of all ages. In addition, the park offers 1.5 miles of hiking trails through a forest of ponderosa pines.
Coyote Creek State Park is 17 miles north of Mora via NM 434.
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