Elephant Butte among State Parks to reopen with restrictions on Monday, June 1

Coronavirus New Mexico

ELEPHANT BUTTE, N.M. (KRQE) – More State Parks are reopening with some restrictions. On May 30, El Vado Lake, Conchas Lake, Leasburg Dam, Heron Lake, Eagle Nest Lake, Bottomless Lakes, Sugarite Canyon, Percha Dam, and Santa Rosa Lake opened for day use.

On Monday, June 1, Pecos Canyon, Navajo Lake, Hyde Memorial, Rio Grande Nature Center, and Elephant Butte are able to welcome visitors. Overnight use and campgrounds remain closed and all events through June 19 have been canceled.

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