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Tingley Beach is a beautiful sandy expanse located near the West Park neighborhood. The beach is a popular local attraction and is frequented by locals and tourists alike. Grab your fishing gear and enjoy angling at the beach or pack your picnic basket with delicious home cooked meals and lay out your picnic at their picnic spots. You can also enjoy boating or take your little ones to the children's pond. There are well marked trails for those who enjoy walking and hiking. The Tingley Beach has something for everyone to enjoy.
A long, underground culvert leads you to the visitor's center where exhibits explain the geology, wildlife and plant life of the area. Rio Grande Nature Center is a beautiful place to visit with its walking bridge and cottonwood shaded pathways. This wildlife refuge is situated along the Rio Grande and is a great way to learn about the ecosystem of the Bosque. Take a leisurely stroll, bike ride or an invigorating hike on one of the trails.
Located on the Pueblo of Isleta, these lakes have been developed for fishing, camping and picnicking. Created along the huge cottonwood trees of the Rio Grande Bosque, this is a great spot for you to while away the day while relaxing in the relatively cool shade. Some fairly large trout have been taken here, so don't get discouraged by the smaller stock-sizes. The lakes are owned and operated by the pueblo government, and stocked with rainbow trout. The pueblo has recently added the convenience of a RV campground.