Local Area Attractions
Enjoy a flash in the past with the Murals around town, larger than life paintings on the sides of local buildings, walls & more by local artists Doug & Sharon Quarles.
RV’s, tents and all styles of travel trailers with large, full hookups and shady pull-through sites with picnic tables. We consider ourselves to be HORSE FRIENDLY, please call for details.
We are conveniently located near churches, shopping, fishing, boating, golf and medical facilities.
Conchas Dam and State Park
Just 32 miles northwest from Tucumcari are the clear, blue-green waters of Conchas Lake. This state park is an oasis in San Miguel County, but is close enough for Tucumcari's residents and visitors to enjoy. Conchas Lake State Park is open year round for fishing, and is stocked by the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish. Walleye, bluegill, crappie, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, channel catfish and bullhead are all found in abundance.
Ute Lake State Park
This beautiful lake is known for its numerous coves and inlets excellent fishing territory for walleye, small mouth bass, crappie, bluegill and channel catfish. It is also the largest Labyrinth Weir Spillway Facility in the world. The lake is almost 13 miles long, but it's only a skinny one mile across. The state park has three paved ramps on the north side and two on the south side for boating, water skiing, scuba diving, swimming, sailing, fishing and wind surfing. Visitors can rent small boats and pedal-boats and purchase fishing and boating supplies at the marina. The Cedar Valley Nature Trail loops 1.5 miles through fairly rugged terrain with panoramic views of the lake. The park also has an off-road vehicle area near Ute Creek and a small visitor center with exhibits and information on park activities.