New Mexico Lakes by Region
New Mexico Lakes and Reservoirs
New Mexico Lakes A-Z
Lakes in NM
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
Also known as: Abiquiu Reservoir
Abiquiu Lake, located in Rio Arriba County in North-Central New Mexico, offers recreation areas for swimming, camping, fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, ...
Also known as: Brantley Reservior
No place in Southeast New Mexico represents water recreation like Brantley Lake. The relatively new reservoir has a state park along its shores, complete ...
Also known as: Caballo Reservoir
One of the little-known treasures in New Mexico's Southwest region is Caballo Lake. This 11,000-acre reservoir along the Rio Grande River escapes the ...
|Cochiti Lake||Stretching 7 miles long on the Rio Grande River, Cochiti Lake is located in Sandoval County, New Mexico, about 20 miles west of Santa Fe and 60 miles ...|
|Conchas Lake||Conchas Lake stretches 11 miles southwest along the Conchas River, and about 14 miles along the South Canadian River in eastern New Mexico. Located northwest ...|
|El Vado Lake||
Also known as: El Vado Reservoir
El Vado Lake, situated in New Mexico's northern mountains, is located west of Tierra Amarilla in Rio Arriba Counnty. Surrounded by acres of mixed juniper ...
|Elephant Butte Lake||
Also known as: The Butte, Elephant Butte Reservoir
With limited lake options in New Mexico, Elephant Butte Lake is a popular destination for water enthusiasts and nature lovers alike in the Land of Enchantment. ...
|Fenton Lake||Tucked away in the Jemez Mountains of Northwest New Mexico, little Fenton Lake carries a large part of the recreational opportunities in the area. Less ...|
Also known as: Navajo Reservoir
Navajo Lake offers a surprising and welcome expanse of water in northwestern New Mexico. The 15,600-acre reservoir stretches north into southwest Colorado, ...
|Santa Rosa Lake||Santa Rosa Lake is snuggled in the Pecos River Canyon near the town of Santa Rosa along NM 91 in Guadalupe County. It is cradled on one side with acres ...|