Calling all Friends and Dancers!!
Saturday, June 24th, 2016
Come dance under the moon and stars on the banks of the Cimarron River below Eagle Nest Dam! This place is so spectacular and special that we call it simply “The Holy Water.”
We’ll have a full, covered dance floor just like an open-air barn dance so it will be nice and cool!
Thanks to Jim Cox for these great pictures of the 2016 Dance & BBQ!
Directions for getting to the event
and locations for outside parking on this Google map.
••• If you get to Cimarron Canyon State Park, you’ve gone too far! •••
Questions or concerns about Anything:
Call or Email Van
575 776 5585 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Suggested donation for the entire event
including dinner and dance is $30 each.
Beef, chicken & pork provided. Bring a side dish, salad or dessert.
No alcohol provided. Please BYOB.
Bring your gear for free fly-fishing on the Holy Water (Catch & Release).
Parking inside the gates is limited, so come early and car pool if possible.
See you there, Rain or Shine!
- 1:00 pm Gates Open for Dinner and Dance
- 3:00 to 6:00 pm Bar-B-Que Dinner Music by Ry Taylor with the Hwy 38 Houndogs
- 7:00 to 10:00 pm Dance to three live sets of toe-tapping, foot-stomping music by The Rifters
Camping, Lodging & Cabins
- Camping and lodging at cabins & Hacienda de Cimarron available.
- Reservations required. Email Van email@example.com
- Camping beside the Holy Water, $10 per person, suggested donation – includes breakfast.
- All sites are available on first-come basis, so come early and pick your spot.
- Water & toilet available.
- No RVs or Camp Trailers.
- Truck/camper, tent or sleeping bag sites inside the gates (15 sites).
Other Nearby Camping for Tents, Trailers & RVs
- Tolby Creek Campground in Cimarron Canyon State Park is right across the road
- Maverick and Ponderosa CGs are a few miles further east on US 64.
- There are more campsites in Eagle Nest Lake State Park, and plenty of cabins, motels and lodges five miles W in Eagle Nest and 12 miles west in Angel Fire.
- Here are links for Cimarron and Eagle Nest State Parks:
- State park campgrounds are available without reservations, so come early, claim your site, do a little fishing or relaxing in camp, then head over to the event when the time is right.
- Here’s a link to NM State Parks camping fees information.
- Also, here’s VRBO for cabins, motels and lodges in Eagle Nest and Angel Fire.