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May 25, 2019, 6:00 AM - June 2, 2019, 12:00 PM @ Sugarite Canyon State Park
Grab your tackle, your fishing poles and don't forget to pack a cooler! It's fishing derby time! Cash prizes of $1000., $600., $400., & $100. Win a 14-foot Lowe V-Hull w/trolling motor & accessories valued @ $3,400. No fishing license required June 1st. Kids' Derby fish must be presented ALIVE. For more information call: 575-445-5607
June 1, 2019, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Raton Visitors Center
The Raton Outdoor Market at the Raton Visitor Center is on again! So come on down and stock up on your yearly favorites! Market begins May 25 and runs every Saturday through Sept 28. Hours are 9 am -2 pm. Vendors can pick up applications at the Raton Visitor Center or call 575-445-3689 and request forms via email. Cost for Vendors is $5 per Saturday or just $35 for the season!
June 1, 2019, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ The Raton Museum
Come and admire this RPS display dating back 100 years of service and documentation that is sure to wow you! It will be a great blast to the past! See attached flyer for more information.
June 1, 2019, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Climax Canyon Park
Runners and Walkers of all ages welcome! Come and celebrate National Trail Day with fun and exercise! Register in person at the Department of Parks and Recreation office located in the Raton Regional Aquatic Center or you can download registration forms/waivers by clicking on link. Make checks payable to Friends of Sugarite. For more information call 575-445-2413
June 1, 2019, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Sugarite Canyon State Park
Grin and "Bear" It! This is a 12-mile mountain bike ride on single-track and multi-use trails. Starting from Sugarite Canyon State Park Visitor Center, mountain bikers will cross over Chicorica Creek via a 50-foot steel bridge, traveling north along Lake Alice Trail. Riders will pass the historic Sugarite Coal Camp town once occupied by 1,000 miners and their families. Continuing north they will pass Lake Alice and Lake Alice Campground. From Lake Alice, riders will jump onto the Lake-to-Lake Trail, which will take them up to Lake Maloya. Heading west over the dam and hop onto the Opportunity Trail/Ponderosa Ridge Trail system. Taking riders around the base of Little Horse Mesa. Once they have completed the six-mile loop, riders will travel back down the canyon to the Visitor Center. There the dreary riders will be treated to burgers, hot dogs and drinks. The ride starts at nearly 7,000 feet of elevation and tops out at about 8,000 feet.
Contact: Robert McIvor 575-445-5607