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Coyote Creek State Park

Highway 434, Mile Marker 17
575-387-2328

Coyote Creek State Park, about an hour southeast of Taos, 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 fly fishing, camping, hiking and birding. 

Park Elevation 7,667 ft

Activities

Fishing
Flyfishing

Picnicking

Trails
0.75 Miles
Hiking

Wildlife Viewing
Birding

Amenities

Campground Facilities:

Online Reservation Sites:

10 W + E Sites (30 amp)
2 developed non-electric sites
River Group Shelter with Electric (30 amp)

Non-Reservation Sites:
4 Water & Electric
1 Handicap site Water & Electric (30 amp)
1 Handicap site W + E (50 amp)
17 Developed Sites with Water near by
Primitive Camping (Overflow Area only)

Restrooms:
Restrooms with water
Showers
Vault Toilets

Group Facilities:
Group Picnic Shelter
Group Camping

Playground

Visitor Center


Photos

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