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Ute Lake State Park

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This reservoir on the Canadian River is one of the longest lakes in the state at nearly 13 miles, and boasts a variety of fun water sports.

The campgrounds offer a variety of camping experiences, including the Yucca Campground, designed for RVs.

For Community Boat Dock Information, please contact the Park Superintendent’s Office at the address below.

Park Elevation 3,762 ft

Activities

  • Boating:
    • Motorized
    • Non-motorized
    • Canoe/kayak/Board
    • Personal Watercraft
    • Sailing
    • Water Skiing
  • Camping
  • Fishing
  • Picnicking
  • Swimming
  • Trails:
    • 1.59 Miles
    • Hiking
    • Mt Biking
  • Wildlife Viewing
    • Birding

Amenities

  • Beach
  • Boating Facilities:
    • Boat Dock
    • Boat Ramp
    • Marina
  • Campground Facilities:
  • Online Reservation Sites:
    •  Reservation Sites with Water and Electric Hook-ups:
    • Yucca-11- 50 Amp
    • Yucca- 34- 30 Amp
    • Zia- 4- 50 Amp
    • Zia- 20- 30 Amp
    • Roadrunner- 20 sites -no electric, water is nearby
    • New Cottonwood Campground- 7 primitive sites- no water or electric
    • Logan Park 2 sites- 50 Amp
    • 21 sites- 30 AMP
    • All sites have water and electric
    • Eagle Point Campground-
    • 5 sites no electric- water nearby
    • Non- Reservation Sites Include:
    • Old Cottonwood Campground:
    • 10 sites, no electric, water nearby
    • Ute Creek Overlook Campground
    • 2 sites no water or electric
    • Oldham Overlook Campground-
    • 4 sites – no water or electric
    • Oldham Circle Campground-
    • 10 sites, no electric, water nearby
    • Beaver Cove Campground
    • 5 sites , no electric, water nearby
    • RV Dump Station
    • Group Facilities:
      • Group Picnic Shelter
      • Group Camping
      • 4 Electrical camp sites within the group area
    • Primitive Camping:
      • Rogers Area
      • South Side Area
      • Mine Canyon Area
    • Restrooms:
      • Restrooms with water
      • Showers
      • Vault Toilets
    • Playground
    • Visitor Center:
      • Exhibits

     

    Ute Lake Community Boat Dock

    Important!

    As you consider whether or not to apply for a Community Boat Dock along the shoreline of Ute Lake, you are strongly encouraged to contact the Northeast Region Manager for guidance and instruction on the application process.  He can provide guidance to you through the process.  He is also capable of providing you with a copy of a previously approved application.

    Community Boat Dock Encroachment Application
    Ute Lake Community Boat Dock Permit
    Community Boat Dock Application 
    18.17.3 NMAC Dock Construction Provisions 

     

    If your application is found to be incomplete it will be denied and you will have to resubmit the application. Note:  An additional $200 is required each time a packet is re-submitted.

     

    Northeast Region Manager
    612 E. Main
    Tucumcari, NM  88401
    575.461.6049

    ADDRESS & PHONE

    1800 540 Loop or PO Box 52
    Logan, NM 88426
    575-487-2284

    CONTACT

    Rick Martin
    Park Superintendent
    RichardS.Martin@state.nm.us