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Leasburg Dam State Park

12712 State Park Road
575-524-4068

A short 25 minute drive from bustling Las Cruces brings you to this quiet park along the Rio Grande. Leasburg Dam State Park offers peace and relaxation, a beautiful cactus garden, several hiking trails, and opportunities for fishing, canoeing, kayaking and birding.  Night sky programs are very popular at this park, which features an observatory. 

Park Elevation 3,962 ft

Activities

Boating:
Non-motorized
Canoe/Kayak
Must were life jacket

Camping
23 Total sites

Education Programs
Monthly Bird ID programs
Monthly Night Sky programs

Fishing
South day use and trail area only

Picnicking

Swimming
North day use area only

Trails:
2.25 Miles
Hiking
Mountain Biking
Interpretive Trail

Wildlife Viewing
Birding

Prohibited Activities:
No swimming within 150’ of the diversion dam.
Fishing not allowed at the North day use and canal.
No fireworks
No glass containers
No ATV’s

Amenities

Amphitheater

Campground Facilities:

Online Reservation Sites:
9 W + E Sites (30 amp)
4 W+ E Sites (50 amp)
1 Handicap site W + E (50 amp)
Water in Campground
RV Dump Station

Non-Reservation Sites:
4 W + E Sites (30 amp)
5 Developed sites with water near by
Trails
Vault Toilets throughout park

Primitive Camping: None.

Restrooms:
Restrooms with water
Showers
Vault Toilets

Historic Site

Native Plant Gardens

Obervatory

Playround

Visitor Center-Exhibits

Group Facilities:
Group Picnic Shelter
Group Camping


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