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Hyde Memorial State Park, Santa Fe

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Hyde Memorial State Park is a state park of New Mexico, United States, located 8mi northeast of Santa Fe in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Summertime activities include hiking and camping, and in the winter the park is popular for tubing on the snow-covered hillsides.
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  • The circle trail and waterfall trail is close to 3.5 miles total. Waterfall was nothing great, but maybe because it was June and there wasn't as much water? Not sure, but still nice to add a little le...  more »
  • We took the Circle trail after hiking to the waterfall. It was 3 miles or so, strenuous for me. I thought I wasn't going to make it, ha! But a couple was coming down and the woman had her son in a car...  more »
  • Only 15-20 minutes from Santa Fe, this park makes for a nice little day trip. Pick up lunch in the city and take a nice hike through the forest.  more »
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  • Quiet, Isolated Park just outside Santa Fe. Decent spots for camping, with lean-to shelters to put your tents (or horses) in. Water available during on-season. Trail Maps and Markers for the day hikers, but markers get scarce further along the overlook trail. Pretty decent climb/elevation for lowlanders (tourists) like myself.
  • Several inches of snow. Great sledding. Short drive from Santa Fe. Awesome place to get the kids out of the house and enjoying nature for a bit.
  • Beautiful locale with great hiking trails. Go see the waterfall!
  • Beautiful park. Great campsites. The historic lodge can be rented for events and comes with table and chairs!
  • We had a great stay with lots of snow but never saw a ranger. No electricity but we did okay thanks to our solar generator that I built for boondocking.