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Bottomless Lakes State Park Campground

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Reviewed 5 October 2017 via mobile

We stayed here for 3 days. Bob the host was a pleasure to talk to and very helpful. The lakes are absolutely amazing. The visitor center had good information and nice staff that explained the history of this place. Roswell is not to far to...More

Thank Annmarie C
Reviewed 15 August 2017

Often overlooked , Lea Lake is the real jewel of the Bottomless Lakes State Park. The sandy swimming area at the slightly brackish Lea Lake is as close to the ocean as it gets in New Mexico. The rather COOL clean spring fed lake has...More

Thank Mike M
Reviewed 4 January 2017

This park is absolutely gorgeous. I was disappointed all the lake front sites were booked, but after speaking with a couple who were across from us who had a lake site, we realized how fortunate we were because they had an unbearable fly problem and...More

Thank noahdorables
Reviewed 31 December 2016

A ways down in there but way worth the drive. Other campers were really friendly. Cement pads for the picnic tables was an added bonus. Nice hiking trails. Host was very informative. Signage about the area was appreciated.

Thank mculp60
Reviewed 8 December 2016 via mobile

Very nice State Park close to Roswell but quiet and pretty. Bath house very nice. Host was helpful. Lots of room and enough to explore, even for November. Stayed 2 night passing thru to see the local sights. Cowboy Cafe on the edge of town...More

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28 October 2017|
Response from Mike M | Reviewed this property |
YES! Dogs are allowed in the park and camping area. They are also allowed in the lake.
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"A view of the lake from the overlook on the east side of the lake is worth the stop."
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"Don't book a waterfront site, the trees attract flies which create major problems."
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