Programs & Services

Coyote Creek State Park

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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 oak, spruce and pine, the small creek valley displays abundant wildflowers, cool temperatures, and beautiful views. The park is ideal for fly fishing, camping, hiking, and birding.

Park Elevation 7,667 ft

Please see the Park Alerts section for more information.

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
  • Restrooms:
    • Restrooms with water
    • Showers
    • Vault Toilets
  • Group Facilities:
    • Group Picnic Shelter
    • Group Camping
  • Playground
  • Visitor Center

ADDRESS & PHONE

Highway 434, Mile Marker 17
Guadalupita, NM 87722
575-387-2328

CONTACT

Christopher Vigil
Park Superintendent
christopher.vigil@state.nm.us