United States New-Mexico

Taos Junction Bridge Boat Launch

The Taos Junction Bridge Boat Launch is a concrete boat ramp located in New Mexico. It is approximately 30 feet wide and provides access to the Rio Grande River. The ramp is suitable for small to medium-sized watercraft, including canoes, kayaks, and motorized boats.

According to the latest information available, the Taos Junction Bridge Boat Launch is open year-round and does not have any fees or permits required for use. The river it services is popular for water-based recreational activities such as fishing, paddling, and tubing.

It is important to note that river conditions can change rapidly, especially during periods of heavy rainfall or snowmelt. Visitors are encouraged to check local weather and river conditions before planning a trip to the Taos Junction Bridge Boat Launch. Get driving directions.

Streamgauge Streamflow
Rio Grande Near Monte Vista
USGS 08221500
179 cfs
Costilla Creek Below Costilla Dam
USGS 08254000
2 cfs
Santistevan Creek Near Costilla
USGS 08253500
1 cfs
Trinchera C Ab Turners Ranch
USGS 08240500
3 cfs
Alamosa River Below Terrace Reservoir
USGS 08236500
3 cfs
Rio Grande Ab Mouth Trinchera C Nr Lasauses
USGS 08240000
301 cfs
Alamosa River Above Terrace Reservoir
USGS 08236000
-999 cfs

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