The Park

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Located 40 miles East of Taos, 10 miles South in Angel Fire, 18 miles North of Red River, West Lake RV is part of the the scenic 96-mile "Enchanted Circle Drive". The adjacent Eagle Nest State Park includes the 2,400 acre Eagle Nest Lake is stocked with kokanee salmon and rainbow trout as well as other popular game fish. The Cimarron Canyon State Parks, and Kit Carson National Forest add to the mix. offering ATVing, hiking, boating, fishing, gold panning, hunting, golfing and horseback riding. Quaint mountain villages, ghost town, ancient adobe structures, a Native American pueblo, America's first Vietnam Veteran's Memorial, and Southwestern style art studios are just a few fascinating points of interest in an area which is truly enchanting.

The Village of Eagle Nest rests in a valley below Wheeler Peak, New Mexico's highest mountain, with a rich wildlife of elk, deer, turkeys and bear as well as the free-soaring spirit of eagles rising above the shores of Eagle Nest Lake.

The average day temperature May through September is a pleasant 64-77 degrees.

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Hwy 64 at Fisherman's Lane - HCR 71, Box 6, Eagle Nest, NM 87718 - 575-377-7275 or 870-782-4760 (winter)