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Oasis

Oasis State Park, New Mexico

It’s pretty easy to tell what’s going on at Oasis State Park just by its name. A place of quiet campgrounds, shifting sand dunes, and shady cottonwood trees, there is most definitely a respite from Read more...
It’s pretty easy to tell what’s going on at Oasis State Park just by its name. A place of quiet campgrounds, shifting sand dunes, and shady cottonwood trees, there is most definitely a respite from the desert happening here. No worries, it’s not an illusion and you won’t run out of waterside fun with small lake that offers fishing and places for picnicking. The peaceful hiking trails and bird watching opportunities also provide a relief from the real world, while the nearby town of Portales offers a getaway from your getaway. Pristine and private, Oasis State Park is perfect to some R&R!
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