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Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge - #13 Lake, New Mexico

   

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Activities: boating, fishing, hiking and canoeing

Ok, you've been cooped up too long, you need to get out, and Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge - #13 Lake in New Mexico is a good pick.
This part of New Mexico has a good deal of outdoors activities available. The good variety of local attractions and all the outdoors recreation will make you delighted you came. Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge - #13 Lake is a very popular campground among residents of Maxwell.
There's such a great deal of things to do at Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge - #13 Lake including whitewater paddling, and playing golf, so probably
 
    you want to stay a while.
There's such a great deal of things to do in close proximity to Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge - #13 Lake, and it is a fun spot for young and old.
Dam Number Two has nice water scenery and it's
 close to Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge - #13 Lake, and during your spree here you'll meet some folks from Maxwell for sure. A golf course in the vicinity of Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge - #13 Lake is Raton City Municipal Golf Course, and a game of bowling is amusing at nearby Spur Lanes. This is such a fun place for a campground. Near Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge - #13 Lake you find a golf course called Raton Country Club & Golf. Around Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge - #13 Lake you donít get a lot of rain. August is when you get the most rain here, and December on the other hand is the driest. All through the summertime at Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge - #13 Lake highs are generally  
in the 80's with nighttime lows in the 50's. For the period of the winter highs are ordinarily in the 40's while Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge - #13 Lake overnight low temperatures through the wintertime are in the 10's.  

Holiday Inn Express & Suites RATON, Raton

19 miles away
  
Best Western Plus Raton Hotel, Raton

20 miles away
  
Travel Motel Raton, Raton

20 miles away
  
Quality Inn Raton, Raton

20 miles away


Other campgrounds near Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge - #13 Lake, New Mexico:

   Cedar Rail, Raton, 9 miles away
      
   Springer Lake Wildlife Area, Miami, 11 miles away
      
   National Recreation Area Whittington Center - East, Raton, 13 miles away
      
   NRA Whittington Center Campgrounds, Raton, 18 miles away
      
   Cedar Rail Campground, Raton, 19 miles away
      
   Raton KOA Kampground, Raton, 20 miles away
      
   Raton RV Park, Raton, 20 miles away
      

Paddling Rivers Near Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge - #13 Lake, New Mexico:

   Canadian River, Colfax County, 17 miles away
      Class I-II - 50 miles long (Raton to Taylor Springs)


Public Lands near Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge - #13 Lake, New Mexico:

   Fort Union National Monument, Watrous - NM, 42 miles away
      
   Capulin Volcano National Monument, Capulin - NM, 43 miles away
      
   Trinidad State Park, Colorado, 31 miles away


Golf Courses Near Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge - #13 Lake, New Mexico:

   Raton City Municipal Golf Course, Raton, 19 miles away

   Raton Country Club & Golf, Raton, 19 miles away


Current weather conditions at Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge - #13 Lake, New Mexico
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Local climate location: CIMARRON 16 miles away


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