The RCCLA Park is Open for Spring & Summer Recreation (tentatively closing on September 3, 2013)
Camping, Fishing, Hiking, Bike Riding, Rock Hounding and just plain Relaxing are among many activities to be enjoyed during warmer months of the year in Rio Costilla Park. May to September is ideal for experiencing Rio Costilla Park in it’s splendor. Temperatures are mild, wild flowers are in bloom and wildlife is most active. Deer and Elk inhabit Rio Costilla Park in vast numbers. Visitors may see smaller game such as: Turkey, Ruffed Grouse or Golden Eagles. One may be fortunate enough to see Bear or Cougar and Big Horn Sheep frolicking in the sunlight.
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The Rio Costilla Park is owned and operated by the Rio Costilla Cooperative Livestock Association – RCCLA – and is located in Northern Taos County in the towns of Costilla & Amalia, New Mexico.
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