Scott State Park
Scott State Park
520 W Scott Lake Drive
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Rich in natural and cultural history, this 1,020 acre park offers a wide variety of activities and environs, plus they are home to El Cuartelejo-the northernmost pueblo in the country. Dogs are allowed at the park and in the campground for no additional fee. Dogs must be restrained by a camper, kennel, a hand-held leash, or on a tethered chain no longer than 10 feet. They are not allowed in public buildings or structures, or on swimming beaches/areas.
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