Water Sports & Activities

PARK LAKE

The ultimate summer playground!

Park and Swimming Hours of operation:

Friday 4pm - 8pm

Saturday & Sunday 7am to 7pm

WIBIT

Get Wet! Go Crazy!

There’s no better way to beat the heat than jumping, climbing, sliding and swimming all day long! The WIBIT Includes monkey bars, rope and “rock” climbing, slides, raceway obstacle and other fun stuff.

WIBIT, Paddle Boats, & Water Slides are now CLOSED for the Summer 2021 Season.

THANK YOU FOR COMING OUT!

Park Lake Drive in Santa Rosa l 575.472.3763

WIBIT

PEDAL, PADDLE & SLIDE!

You’ll have a blast pedaling and paddling your way around Park Lake… and circling down the water slide!

Paddle

Paddle

Paddle

Playground

BLUE HOLE

DIVE! JUMP! SWIM!

OPEN YEAR ROUND! 7am to 7pm Everyday

CLOSED September 4th & 5th
Crystal-clear, sapphire-blue waters with a constant 62° temperature make BLUE HOLE one of the most popular dive destinations in the US…and a fun place to cool off!

Blue Hole

TAKE THE PLUNGE!

Whether you cliff jump, dive or use the steps to ease yourself in, you just need to do it! You’ll be surrounded by water as blue and pure as the Caribbean… and some fish, too! The Blue Hole Visitor Center includes exhibits, snack bar, changing rooms, restrooms, retail merchandise, viewing area and free Internet. Blue hole is 80’ wide, 80’ deep and 130’ wide at the bottom It’s actually one of seven sister lakes, all interconnected underground!

NOW OPEN TO SWIMMERS

NO MORE THAN 20 SWIMMERS AT A TIME IN THE WATER

SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK

NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED FOR ALL SCUBA DIVERS: Call 575-472-3763  or email bluehole@srnm.org

  • No more than 10 groups of 10 per day
  • No more than 20 divers at a time in the water
  • Updated applications for all dive shops required
  • We accept cash, debit, or credit card, no American Express
  • All divers must sign in upon arrival
  • All divers must have a picture ID
  • Warm room is closed until further notice
  • Diver restrooms are available
  • Permit bands must be visible at all times
  • Masks must be worn and social distancing is required
  • No congregating

Diving at Blue Hole

  • A current certification card is required to dive in Blue Hole
  • Weekly Dive Permit $20
  • Annual Dive Permit $50
  • Annual Instructor Permit $100

 

Dive Shop requirements

  • Annual renewal $200
  • Up to 5 instructors with Padi, SSI or valid diver license
  • Current proof of insurance

Blue Hole

Blue Hole

Blue Hole

DIVE & EXPLORE!

Scuba divers come from all over the country to practice and train in the high-altitude, dive-perfect clear waters and caves at Blue Hole. BLUE HOLE DIVE CENTER amenities include two underwater training platforms, a boat simulator platform, training rooms and locker room. Scuba training conducted at Blue Hole includes Open Water, Advanced Open Water, Rescue, Dive Master, and Diving Instructor Training. Gear, tanks & tank refills available 8:00 am Sat/Sun and by appointment on weekdays.

 

Blue Hole

Catch a Big One!

CATCH A BIG ONE!

Children under 11, seniors and individuals with disabilities can enjoy the fun of fishing at the BLUE HOLE FISHING POND! Catches include green sunfish, bluegill, channel catfish, largemouth bass, winter rainbow trout and summer catfish.

SANTA ROSA LAKE STATE PARK

More water fun!

So much to do. Boating, waterskiing, jet skiing, windsurfing, swimming, snorkeling, hiking, biking, mountain biking, bird watching, RV sites, campsites and trails for horseback riding. Amenities include a boat ramp, two docks, picnic shelters, wildlife viewing and a playground. The lake is four miles long and three miles wide, with a depth of 30-40 feet.

Located 7 miles from Santa Rosa 575.472.3110

Santa Rosa Lake State Park

Santa Rosa Lake State Park

Santa Rosa Lake State Park

Santa Rosa Lake State Park

PERCH LAKE

Perch Lake

FISH & SCUBA

Located on Hwy 91 just 1.4 miles from downtown Santa Rosa NM, Perch Lake is a popular fishing spot for bait casting, spinning and fly fishing. The lake is also popular for scuba diving. A training platform, a sunken twin prop Cessna and a sunken car give divers an opportunity to explore and hone their skills.