NEW MEXICO

National Parks With Hiking

Bandelier National Monument
Dogs are not allowed on the trails in this park

Capulin Volcan National Monument
Dogs are not allowed on the trails in this park

Carlsbad Caverns National Park
Dogs are not allowed beyond the fence in the cave area

Chaco Culture National Historic Park
Dogs are allowed on all trails save for the short frontcountry trails

El Malpais National Monument
Dogs are alllowed on the trails but the going is often on piles of jagged, paw-slicing lava;
conditions are more gentle in the El Calderon Area and the Sandstone Bluffs


El Morro National Monument
Dogs are allowed throughout this park

Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument
Dogs are not allowed on the monument trail

Petroglyph National Monument
Dogs are allowed on backcountry trails but not in the
developed area of Boca Negra Canyon


White Sands National Monument
Dogs are allowed on the trails in this park

Links to National Forests With Hiking

Carson National Forest
Cibola National Forest
Gila National Forest
Kiowa National Grassland
Lincoln National Forest
Santa Fe National Forest

State Parks With Hiking
New Mexico State Parks
Dogs are permitted in all New Mexico state parks except Living Desert State Park and Rio Grande Nature Center State Park.


 Bluewater Lake State Park

 Bottomless Lakes State Park

 Brantley Lake State Park

 Caballo Lake State Park

 Cimarron Canyon State Park

 City of Rocks State Park

 Clayton Lake State Park

 Coyote Creek State Park

 Elephant Butte Lake State Park

 El Vado Lake State Park

 Fenton Lake State Park

 Heron Lake State Park

 Hyde Memorial State Park

 Leasburg Dam State Park

 Manzano Mountains State Park

 Morphy Lake State Park

 Navajo Lake State Park

 Oasis State Park

 Oliver Lee Memorial State Park

Pancho Villa State Park

 Rockhound State Park

 Santa Rosa Lake State Park

 Storrie Lake State Park

 Sugarite Canyon State Park

 Ute Lake State Park

 Villanueva State Park



























 

 



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Your Dog's Favorite Hikes In New Mexico

Submitted by Laura
We just found this excellent ski resort, Enchanted Forest Area, near Taos and Red River, New Mexico (short drive from Santa Fe) that has 5 km of dog trails.  We have not been yet but are excited about hiking with our retrievers in their first snow.   http://www.enchantedforestxc.com/   From their website: Enchanted Forest presents an area especially for our four footed friends. 5k of trails, smooth groomed for easier skiing and varying from 6 to 12 feet. Open to both skiers and snowshowers with their pet pals. Doggie waste bags are provided and are expected to be used along the trail system. Leashes are required in the parking area and dogs must be in at least voice command on the dog trails. If your dog cannot "play nice" under voice command a leash will be required. Dog trails are provided as a service of the Enchanted Forest for guests who want to ski or snowshoe with their dogs. Please respect the posted rules for the use of the dog trail system for the continued enjoyment of all our guests. You are not required to have a dog to use trails. The dog trails are fun for all skiers and snowshoers.

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