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It is free to drive through the park and enjoy the scenery, but if you plan to park and hike or fish there is a $5 fee per car. The drive through is very nice and scenery is pretty. We hiked the Clear Creek Trail....More
On a solo motorcycle journey. Stopped here in May. Simply beautiful. Spent a night at the Maverick Campground. Nice and quiet. Restrooms clean as well as the campground. Nice camp host. Nice pond nearby as well as not far from the river. Very peaceful.
Nice little state park--doesn't have many frills. We drove through a day before and hiked the Clear Creek trail today--neat little shaded hike with a lot of small waterfalls. Good for kids.
Note: when hiking clear creek, the trailhead is a little hard to find....More
Take a slow drive through Cimarron Canyon State Park. Enjoy the spectacular rock formations (Palisades Sill) and "Old Man's Face" as you traverse the canyon. No fee as long as you do not park too long or use any of the Fee Area sites.
Went on a hike at a place I cannot remember the name of the trail, but it was about in the middle of the area, right by a horseshoe turn. It was great. Easy walking along a creek with several waterfalls. We went up about...More
My husband and I went on a very nice hike here on our wedding anniversary. I was up for a little bit of a challenge, so we chose the Clear Creek Trail. This is a very nice wooded trail that goes along the creek. There...More
We have a second home in Angel Fire. When I was young, my family camped at the Cimarron Canyon State Park. It was awesome. The scenery is beautiful and the sound of the river adds greatly to the ambiance. The river is fun to fly...More
It's no secret that there is poison ivy in Maverick Campground. They have signs on every campsite and on the trails, and they are well needed. We had to make sure our dogs didn't go nosing in the foliage at our campsite and stayed on...More
Very disappointed in the New Mexico State Parks, especially Cimarron Canyon State Park this used to be one of my favorite places to fish, not anymore. The gravel pits (pictured) had more than 15 dead fish (gross) at one end & the smell of decomposition...More