My last stop in New Mexico was the Sumner Lake State Park. I arrived just in the nick of time as I was able to grab the last water/electric campsite available. Just as I was going to the pay station a guy came through and asked me if there were any campsites left. Sorry Dude, but I just got the last one.
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The state park is nestled in among many private homes in the Sumner Lake area. Not many trees but it was very nice.
Another shot of the lake.
Once I left the park to head east I just had to check out the cemetery where the infamous Billy The Kid was buried. This was the first grave marker I spotted and thought it quite interesting. HA!!
Here is where Billy The Kid was buried. He was 21 when he was shot and killed by the sheriff and supposedly had killed 21 people before his death. I thought it was a pretty fancy gravestone for a “Killer”. I drove 7 miles out of my way to see this. Good thing they didn’t charge to see it.
Well that is the last of the southern New Mexico State Parks. I am hoping I will be able to visit some in the northern part of the state before my annual pass runs out in October. But for now I am headed east to catch up with family.