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Above: New Mexico National Parks: Carlsbad Caverns.
Fast Facts About New Mexico
1. New Mexico's official state flower is the Yucca.
2. New Mexico's official state tree is the Pinyon.
3. New Mexico's official state bird is the Roadrunner.
4. New Mexico has 40 state parks and one National Park.
5. New Mexico is divided into six geographical
regions: Northwest, North Central, Northeast, Central, Southwest and Southeast.
7. The five largest cities in New Mexico (by population size) are Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Rio Rancho, Santa Fe and Roswell, in that order.
8. Albuquerque is the only city in New Mexico with more than half a million people.
Below: The White Sands of Alamogordo is not listed among New Mexico National Parks,
but is just as popular a destination as Carlsbad Caverns.
New Mexico Indian Tribes
Below: The awe-inspiring Cox Canyon Arch.
Bluewater Lake State Park
Bottomless Lakes State Park
Brantley Lake State Park
Chicosa Lake State Park
Cimarron Canyon State Park
City of Rocks State Park
Clayton Lake State Park
Conchas Lake State Park
Coyote Creek State Park
Eastern New Mexico State Park
El Vado Lake State Park
Elephant Butte Lake State Park
Fenton Lake State Park
Harry McAdams State Park
Heron Lake State Park
Hyde Memorial State Park
Kit Carson Memorial State Park
Kit Carson State Park Cemetery Historical Marker
Leasburg Dam State Park
Living Desert State Park
Manzano State Park
Morphy Lake State Park
Murphy Lake State Park
Navajo Lake State Park
Oasis State Park
Pancho Villa State Park
Red Rock State Park
Rio Bravo State Park
Rio Grande Gorge State Park
Rock Hound State Park
San Gabriel State Park
Santa Fe River State Park
Santa Rosa Lake State Park
Senator Willie M Chavez State Park
Spring Canyon State Park
Storrie Lake State Park
Sugarite Canyon State Park
Sumner Lake State Park
Ute Lake State Park
Below: The Painted Desert, Ghost Ranch.
new mexico national parks
Above: Battleship Rock.
Above: Jemez Hot Springs.
Above: Spence Hot Springs.
Above: Red Rock State Park in Gallup.
Above: New Mexico National Parks - The remains of the original church at Taos Pueblo.
Above: Downtown Santa Fe.
Above: New Mexico State University campus.
Above: A freight train roars through central New Mexico under a fiery sky at sunset.
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