Frutosa Lake, New Mexico


Frutosa Lake is located in Mora county, New Mexico. Find dining and lodging options near Frutosa Lake.

Check out local things to do such as local golfing (Pendaries Village Community Assoc. and Raton Municipal Golf Course), hiking (Rio Medio Trail and Gascon Trail).

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Hiking Trails:
Rio Medio Trail
Gascon Trail

State Parks
Chicosa Lake State Park, New Mexico
Sugarite Canyon State Park, New Mexico
Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico
Coyote Creek State Park, New Mexico
Morphy Lake State Park, New Mexico

Antique Stores
Jespersen's Cache, 403 Maxwell, Springer, NM 87747

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Map of Frutosa Lake, New Mexico


Restaurants in the vicinity
Pinos Family Restaurant
Great Wall Chinese Restaurant
Little Moon Chinese Restaurant
Blackjack's
Pancho's Roadside Cafe
Hotels in the vicinity
Mesa Hotel
Comfort Inn Las Vegas
Land Mark at the Plaza Hotel 230 Plaza
Super 8 Motel
Days Inn Las Vegas NM

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Current Weather at Frutosa Lake, New Mexico


Fair

52°F

Fair
Humidity: 57%
Wind: S at 18 mph

3-day forecast

Saturday
Scattered thunderstorms
40°F / 66°F
Sunday
PM Thunderstorms
41°F / 67°F
Monday
Partly cloudy
41°F / 65°F

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