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Fishing access is restricted to foot traffic; motor vehicles are not permitted on the ice at this time. Ice thickness measurements taken by the New Mexico State Parks Division have met requirements for walk-in access to the lake according to criteria established by the Department of Game and Fish and State Parks.
The State Parks Division has a formal procedure for checking the depth of ice. The ice thickness is measured starting at the shoreline and progressing out over the lake. When the ice is of a thickness and quality that is considered safe, the lake is opened to ice fishing. Park staff continually makes visual checks of the ice looking for cracks, water on top of the ice and open water, all signs that the ice may not be safe for anglers.
For more information and current updates about ice conditions, please contact Eagle Nest Lake State Park, (575) 377-1594. For questions about fishing in northeastern New Mexico, call the Department of Game and Fish in Raton, (575) 445-2311. Information also is available on the Department of Game and Fish or New Mexico State Parks respective websites, www.wildlife.state.nm.us and www.nmparks.com.
You’ll find the RV Resort just a quarter of a mile from the entrance to Elephant Butte Lake State Park, which contains the largest lake in New Mexico. The Resort is the perfect staging location for planning activities and outings for Spaceport America Tours, Bosque Del Apache Bird Refuge and Ghost Towns.
We have discounts on the daily rates and some weekly and monthly sites have been reduced for the winter.
The Resort has a friendly home like atmosphere. With all the amenities, places of interest to visit and the lake, it’s the perfect place to spend a few days, your vacation, or your life.
Elephant Butte Lake RV Resort (EBLRVR) offers 140 full hook-up sites with big rig, level sites up to 70 feet. 20, 30 and 50 amp service is available. They have daily, weekly or monthly rates, cable TV, covered patio with picnic tables and BBQ grills by the lounges. Elephant Butte Lake RV Resort offers free Wi-Fi.
Elephant Butte Lake offers 35,000 surface acres of water available for public use. Elephant Butte Lake has three marinas and Caballo Lake has one marina. Boat rentals of all kinds, such as houseboats, jet skiis, and ski-boats are available at the marinas.
Just minutes from Elephant Butte Lake RV Resort you’ll find: Historic Villages, Hot Mineral Baths, Geronimo springs Museum, Veterans’ Memorial Park & Museum, Pioneer Store Museum and Spaceport America.
Elephant Butte Lake has excellent fishing. Fish for Stripers and other types of Bass, Walleye, Blue Catfish, Sunfish, Bluegill, Crappie and Trout.
You may enjoy exciting water sports: Sailing, Boating, Windsurfing, jet-skiing, Waterskiing, Canoeing, and Swimming.
The New Mexico Spaceport Authority is pleased to offer public tours of Spaceport America. Sun Tours, Inc. provides a three hour journey to the Spaceport. Tours are on Friday, Saturday and Sundays at 9:00am and 1:00pm. Sunday Tour is at 9:00am only. A pick up point is our sister property, Elephant Butte Inn & Spa, across the street from the Resort.
- Hiking and biking
- Bird watching
- ATV Trails
- Ghost towns
- Gold panning
- Abandoned cavalry forts
- Art galleries
- Indian petroglyphs
The unusual Combination of mild winters, moderate summers and low year-round humidity makes Elephant Butte an ideal place to be. The area experiences four mild seasons and has endless amounts of sunshine!