Red Rock State Park
Red Rock State Park
P. O. Box 10
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Born from pre-historic times, the spectacular red cliffs that border the park on three sides add to the ancient feeling of the area, and the museum at the park offers a glimpse of the past through interpretations of the unique cultures of the Native Americans of the region. The park's elevation is 6600 to 7000 feet, covers 640 acres, and is known as the 'Gateway to Zuni' (one of the 7 cities of Cibola sought by the Spanish). They also hold several festivals and events throughout the year. Dogs of all sizes are allowed for no additional fee. Dogs are allowed on the trails, and they must be leashed and cleaned up after at all times. The park is home to a large campground with picnic areas, restrooms, and showers. The camping and tent areas also allow dogs. There is a dog walk area at the campground.
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