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Clayton State Park                    (2) 

Sugarite Canyon state park         (2)
 

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Clayton State Park

Generally located: extreme northeast New Mexico

Best known for it's: world famous 500 fossil foot prints of 8 dinosaurs made 100 million years ago and Clayton lake (a small lake).

 

Part of our big Colorado trip from 10-10-08 to 10-18-08-
see web page on Colorado for more detailed overall info on our entire trip (special detailed article at the top of the page on the Colorado page) by date/day.  
Started 10-10-08 at Keystone State Park, OK. (Marilyn mad) ,   Glass (or Gloss) Mountains, OK.,   Fort Supply Lake, OK (army corp of engineer lake),   Optima Lake, Hardesty, Ok. ("red dirt road disaster"),   Guymon, OK RV park (raining and we got the last spot),   Boise City Dairy Queen (Marilyn's favorite),    Black Mesa state Park - OK (highest point),   Clayton State Park, New Mexico (fossil place),   Sugarite Canyon state park, New Mexico, (tree lined trail runs around the small beautiful lake) ,   Trinidad State Park, Colo. (overview of dam and made-man lake, lots of asphalt and concrete),   Lathrop state park, Colo. (huge maze of RV areas on top of a mountain),   Pueblo state park, Colo. (man made lake with no trees),  Garden of the Gods park disaster with the RV,  Mueller State Park, Colo. (wildlife rules here), Cripple Creek and petrified stump national monument in Florissant,   Cheyenne State Park - Colo. (not built yet - no dogs allowed, small parking lot),   Garden of the Gods RV park (great Mexican restaurant within walking distance), Manitou cliff dwelling, Cave of the Winds, Greensburg, ks tornado disaster,   John Martin Reservoir state Park, ks (dam inside park, very flat, you can't see it from Hwy 50), Gunsmoke RV park (in Dodge City),   Cheney Reservoir state park - ks (marina and 2 boat launches) (ended 10-18-08)

Phone:

Date stayed: 10-12-08

Directions: The road (off the main highway) to Clayton was 12 miles long! A winding road and took forever to get there

Size of park: very small

RV Camping: 10 spots only - all close together.

Cost of RV spots:

Showers and restrooms: very nice.

Places to let the dogs run without leashes: around the lake is a sign that says keep dogs on leash but there was no one on the short trail so we let the dogs run.

Cabins: none

Length of trails: only 1 small trail that goes to the fossils and around half the lake.

Animals we saw: none

Sites to see inside the park: the fossils

Sites to see outside the park: none.

Pros: none

Cons: nothing to do.

Fishing:

Date built:

US Army Corps of Engineers facilities: no

Other info:

What is Clayton's main commerce? Livestock and a new prison. Bad smell at the RV area due to the livestock. You can't see or hear the livestock but you can smell them.

Nearest cities:

Dogs we took: Sashe and Gap

Website:
 

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Sugarite Canyon state park

Generally located: extreme Northeast New Mexico. The Colorado border was 1 mile away down a dirt road. We went down this road and barely had enough room to turn around with the RV in tow.

Best known for it's: beautiful lake in between 2 canyons - a walking trail takes you around the small lake.
 

 

Part of our big Colorado trip from 10-10-08 to 10-18-08-
see web page on Colorado for more detailed overall info on our entire trip (special detailed article at the top of the page on the Colorado page) by date/day.  
Started 10-10-08 at Keystone State Park, OK. (Marilyn mad) ,   Glass (or Gloss) Mountains, OK.,   Fort Supply Lake, OK (army corp of engineer lake),   Optima Lake, Hardesty, Ok. ("red dirt road disaster"),   Guymon, OK RV park (raining and we got the last spot),   Boise City Dairy Queen (Marilyn's favorite),    Black Mesa state Park - OK (highest point),   Clayton State Park, New Mexico (fossil place),   Sugarite Canyon state park, New Mexico, (tree lined trail runs around the small beautiful lake) ,   Trinidad State Park, Colo. (overview of dam and made-man lake, lots of asphalt and concrete),   Lathrop state park, Colo. (huge maze of RV areas on top of a mountain),   Pueblo state park, Colo. (man made lake with no trees),  Garden of the Gods park disaster with the RV,  Mueller State Park, Colo. (wildlife rules here), Cripple Creek and petrified stump national monument in Florissant,   Cheyenne State Park - Colo. (not built yet - no dogs allowed, small parking lot),   Garden of the Gods RV park (great Mexican restaurant within walking distance), Manitou cliff dwelling, Cave of the Winds, Greensburg, ks tornado disaster,   John Martin Reservoir state Park, ks (dam inside park, very flat, you can't see it from Hwy 50), Gunsmoke RV park (in Dodge City),   Cheney Reservoir state park - ks (marina and 2 boat launches) (ended 10-18-08)

Phone:

Date stayed: 10-12-09 - just drove thru with the RV in tow, did not stay.

Directions:

Size of park: very small

RV Camping: 10 spots - not by the water - for small RV's only. Located in a maze of trees on a small winding road.

Cost of RV spots:

Showers and restrooms: ?

Places to let the dogs run without leashes: yes, on the one trail. A sign says to leash your dogs, however.

Cabins: no

Length of trails: the one trail around the lake is about 2 miles?

Animals we saw: none

Sites to see inside the park: none.

Sites to see outside the park: none

Pros: very beautiful area.

Cons: small park.

Fishing:

Date built:

US Army Corps of Engineers facilities: no

Other info:

Nearest cities:

Dogs we took: Gap and Sache

Website:

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