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Percha Dam State Park is in Arrey, New Mexico, in the southwest portion of the state. The state park sits just off of I-25, so it isn't hard to find. It is situated around 20 miles south of the tourist town of Truth or Consequences and almost 60 miles north of the larger city of Las Cruces. The nearest large city is El Paso, TX, at around 100 miles to the south, and this metro area also sits on the international border with Mexico.

This portion of the state is fairly dry and flat, consisting mostly of desert-like scrubland. It is ringed by the San Andres and Caballo Mountains that surround it. There is plenty to do nearby. This area is a bit more of a populated part of the state, so there are museums and historical sites found locally. There are also plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, both with hiking trails and water sports.

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Getting Outdoors

Renting an RV near Percha Dam State Park will allow you to experience many different outdoor activities. One of these is a unique, natural feature found near the town, hot springs. Riverbend Hot Springs and the Hot Springs Bathhouse Historic and Commercial District are two local options. Both offer natural hot springs that are known for their relaxation and healing properties.

The dam is built on the Rio Grande River and helps to raise the water levels in that waterway to help with the irrigation of local crops. Many water-based activities are enjoyed here, including fishing and paddle sports such as canoeing and kayaking. When water levels are high enough, rafting is a popular pastime that can be enjoyed here, as well.

A much larger body of water, Caballo Reservoir, is located just north of Percha Dam State Park. In addition to the water sports that the river offers, boating is popular here, as well. There are also swimming spots where you can escape the summer heat, and scenic places to enjoy a picnic lunch. Birdwatching is another activity that people regularly participate in locally, especially during the spring and fall when the migration seasons are at their peaks.

Camping at Percha Dam State Park

You won't have any problem camping with an RV near Percha Dam State Park. There is a campground at the state park, and there are several others spread around the local area.

The campground at Percha Dam State Park offers sites that provide a variety of hookups. Some of them are shaded by the cottonwood trees that grow along the nearby river. Bathrooms, potable water, and shower facilities are all provided, as well. There is also a playground for the kids.

The Arrey RV Park is located near Arrey. Full-hookup sites are available here, and a laundry facility is provided. The RV park also allows for both long and short-term reservations. There is also a rec-room that offers movies, cable, and a kitchen for the campers to use. As there are so many interesting places to visit nearby, many people enjoy RV camping at Percha Dam State Park, so it shouldn't be a problem to locate any services you may need.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in Sierra County, you will find there are many interesting things to do nearby. The Geronimo Trail Scenic Byway is a scenic drive found locally. This route traverses much of the local desert land, as well as the surrounding mountain passes. It offers picturesque views of the local landscape, as well as hiking opportunities and places you can stop for lunch. Local wildlife is often seen along the road's length, as well. State park RV camping makes it easy to explore all the local region has to offer.

There are several unique places to visit in Truth or Consequences. Spaceport America is a unique destination that was designed for the future. Its intent is to make space travel as accessible and normal in the future as airplane travel is today. The hangar offers information on what this futuristic method of transportation might look like. At the Geronimo Springs Museum, learn about the history of the local region. The cultural traditions of some of the American Indian tribes from the local area are highlighted as well.

The town of Hatch, which is only around 20 miles south of Perch Dam State Park, is famous for all things involving chiles. This area is known for producing green chiles and many products made from them. You can sample and purchase products made from the pepper at several local stores. At certain times of the year, there are even festivals offered regarding the vegetable. The Village of Hatch Museum, also details the history of the town and how this industry has affected it.

When you've been looking for a scenic place to relax, that offers you the chance to participate in many different activities, consider camping at Percha Dam State Park. Go fishing on the lake, take a scenic drive through the desert, or learn about the chile pepper industry. Camp in an RV near Arrey and enjoy your time in southwestern New Mexico.

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