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All boaters must comply with State of New Mexico and BLM regulations for boating safety, equipment, and registration. All children 12 years old and younger must wear the PFD at all times while on the lake.The boat ramp area is for loading and unloading ONLY; NO parking allowed.Finding them is easy with our totally FREE Santa Cruz De Tenerife dating service.Sign up today to browse the FREE personal ads of available Canarias singles, and hook up online using our completely free Santa Cruz De Tenerife online dating service! Swimming / Wading -- Swimming is not allowed at Santa Cruz Lake due to dangerous underwater currents. Shoes must be worn to protect feet from broken glass and other sharp objects.Public nudity is not allowed in the recreation area.Camping/Picnicking -- Santa Cruz Lake Recreation Area currently has 1 campground available for use; the Overlook campground which is located above at the top of the escarpment on the South end of the lake (5.5 miles south on NM 503 of the North Shore & boat ramp area).The Overlook Campground provides 1 vault toilet, campsites with picnic shelters and campfire rings/grills. The North Shore Campground at the lake near the boat ramp is currently CLOSED until further notice due to a halt in construction.
North Shore/fishing pier area- no picnic tables or shelters, and 2 vault toilets.Boating -- All boats are restricted to trolling speed throughout the lake.A “No Wake, five MPH” restriction is in place for all boats using the lake. Coastguard-approved personal floating device (PFD) must be provided for each person in the boat.The lake covers 121 surface acres with water in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, providing recreational opportunities for anglers, picnickers, campers, and boat lovers alike.The scenic lake at base of Sangre de Cristo mountains offers boating, fishing, hiking and camping.