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Several hiking and stopping places along this small river

While driving to Cimarron, we had the chance to stop at several places along the river, both for... read more

Reviewed 8 August 2017
Scoutmaster_T1020
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Houston, Texas
Day Trip

We always plan to take a few minutes to stop along the Cimarron River as we make the drive from... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2016
teds759
,
Frisco, Texas
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Located in northern New Mexico, this scenic river is dotted with campsites and laced with lovely trails.
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8 Aug 2017
“Several hiking and stopping places along this small river”
14 Aug 2016
“Day Trip”
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Eagle Nest, NM 87749
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Reviewed 8 August 2017

While driving to Cimarron, we had the chance to stop at several places along the river, both for hiking and picnicking. Very pleasant area in the canyon. The Palisades is a must stop for viewing or picnic.

Thank Scoutmaster_T1020
Reviewed 15 August 2016

We always plan to take a few minutes to stop along the Cimarron River as we make the drive from Texas to our home in Angel Fire. The scenery is great and a short walk along the river is peaceful.

Thank teds759
Reviewed 11 July 2016 via mobile

This is a great trout stream. Also great for putting your feet into. If you go fishing be sure you have a license. The lower part flows through Philmont Scout Ranch and parking along this section is prohibited.

Thank Jim C
Reviewed 1 June 2016

Rode our dual sport bikes from Springer through Ute Park up to Eagle Nest. Just a beautiful trip. Plan to come back in July

Thank R.D. A
Reviewed 26 May 2016

The Cimarron Canyon is a favorite of my family to go fishing, sightseeing, and hiking. If you ask the locals in Ute Park where the good fishing spots are, they will be more than happy to give you some spots. Make sure and stop at...More

Thank Kimberly A
Reviewed 25 May 2016

Tis is a beautiful river that has streams that you can access thru various rest stops along 64. Very peaceful, beautiful trails in the woods as well.

Thank Ivonne G
Reviewed 28 December 2014

One of the mot scenic canyons and fisheries in the country. The public use portion of the Cimarron River Canyon runs for 8 miles from the Tolby campground on U.S. Hwy 64 East just below Eagle Nest, NM and terminates at the Village of Ute...More

2  Thank DosAmigosAnglers
Reviewed 15 August 2014

Have fished this river twice. The latest time 10 Aug 2014. It is a small river about ten to fifteen feet wide, one to three feet deep and heavily overgrown in most places. Also, full of dead timber. Very tough to fish. See where some...More

Thank broome2408
Reviewed 11 October 2013 via mobile

I visited Cimmaron and Eagle's Nest every singer growing up. It's so beautiful! The locals are nice. The town of Eagle's Nest has grown a little, but not enough to detract from the landscape. They have a wonderful Subway, great fishing, fun ships, and lots...More

Thank SheaShack
Reviewed 23 August 2013

Lovely spot to sit and relax! Watch the fish in the water. Fish if you like. Be sure to have a New Mexico Day Use Pass if you're in the state park area. (Big fine if you don't.)

Thank J H
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