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Percha Dam State Park

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Percha Dam State Park

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Highway 187, Arrey, NM 87930
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Robert B wrote a review Dec 2018
Soldotna440 contributions84 helpful votes
Camping area is good for small rev's, but only one trail open. The water is very low for any kind of water sports.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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darrellstravel wrote a review Jul 2018
Rio Rancho, New Mexico204 contributions38 helpful votes
Down here to purchase came down here to purchase Dam State Park for weekend to Camp it was very good it's peaceful it's quiet it's shaded restrooms for clean I have a good camper so I didn't have to worry about that though well worth the stop down here you park here and then go
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Date of experience: July 2018
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sabimax wrote a review Jul 2017
El Paso, Texas784 contributions87 helpful votes
Nice little state park next to the Rio Grande. Nice views of the river and the surroundings. Nice place for a picnic. Not many trails for walking.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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M J wrote a review Jul 2017
Austin, Texas6,358 contributions689 helpful votes
My husband and I went Perch Dam state park on a Tuesday morning. The park is about 2 miles off I-25. A gravel road started at the park entrance. The visitor’s center was close so we paid the park fee at the self-pay station. The picnic area is along the Rio Grande River and the
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Date of experience: June 2017
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VWells1960 wrote a review Feb 2015
46 contributions52 helpful votes
Well, turned out Leasburg State Park was full up and overflowing. Caballo Lake Campground across the way was almost full, and so Percha Dam State Park it was. Nice campsites with covered pads and picnic tables. Plenty of electrical hookups for $14 a day. Lots of Basic tent sites
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Date of experience: February 2015
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