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Rockhound State Park

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Rockhound State Park, New Mexico

In the Little Florida Mountains lies Rockhound State Park, a little gem of its own kind! Stroll through Spring Canyon on nicely maintained trails and enjoy the peaceful quiet, a picnic, and the hoards Read more...
In the Little Florida Mountains lies Rockhound State Park, a little gem of its own kind! Stroll through Spring Canyon on nicely maintained trails and enjoy the peaceful quiet, a picnic, and the hoards of wildflowers that cover the ground. You’ll see some pretty birds, too, and they’ll be sure to be your natural alarm clock when you stay at one of Rockhound’s quiet campsites. Naturally the coolest thing to do here is found right in its name; rockhounding! Stop by the visitors center for a tutorial before heading out to find precious stones like jasper and perlite to take home as souvenirs. End your day with a perfect southwestern sunset and your trip will be as precious as the stones in your pocket!
Rockhound State Park Campground
Kate
Kate: Oh my gosh this place is awesome! The visitor center has interesting displays, the showers are clean...
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