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Mountains, hiking, fishing, and boating describe the activities in this area. We enjoyed one of the cabins at the marina and took a boat out one beautiful morning.
Golden eagles, bald eagles, Canadian geese were just a few of the dozens of species of birds...More
Quaint little village between Taos and Cimarron. It's been a while since I was there last in 2004. Other than the forest fire at Philmont Scout Ranch which did not affect the mountains around Eagles Nest and the lake water level being a lot lower...More
I guess if you fish, you might find this lake great but as we were not fishing, we looked for other ways to appreciate the lake. With a referral from the Gateway Museum (in downtown Eagle Nest) We hired Gary Bowen and it was such...More
Camped in closest location to lake in their camping area.
Problem, no access to the lake as the water level is so low.
My campsite was not on the lake anymore, but about 1,000 yds away. BUT could not go directly to the lake, due...More
This is the most beautiful area have had the pleasure of visiting in NM!! Fishing is wonderful each time I have taken my boat out. I believe the best part of this area is the people! ! Everyone is so friendly and helpful! One of...More
My wife and I went to this lake to fish. we had heard about some rave reviews so we thought we'd give it a shot. This is one of those lakes where anyone can catch fish. the particular week we were there though the fishing...More
The Lake has really big pike which is awesome!!! While throwing big streamers with the fly rod for pike I also caught trout over 20 inches and larger Salmon. Very clean campgrounds and bathrooms. Also a small town, Eagle Nest, close by for supplies and...More
The lake is low. Very low. However, boats under 20' long can still launch. If you have a larger boat, either leave it home, or try another lake. As far as larger Northern New Mexico lakes, Eagle Nest lake offers some of the best fishing...More