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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.
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.
No reservations for day use sites (North Shore or Overlook) No reservations for camp sites (Overlook) Season/Hours North Shore/boat ramp area- picnic tables & shelters with fire rings/grills and 3 vault toilets.
North Shore/fishing pier area- no picnic tables or shelters, and 2 vault toilets.
For a time they gather at Santa Cruz Lake at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains near Chimayo, behind the 125-foot Santa Cruz Dam.
Drinking water is available at the North Shore area ONLY.
From Santa Fe: take US 84/285 N to NM 503 in Pojoaque.