Amenities

 
 
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Community Spaces

Corkins Lodge has been hosting mountain wilderness vacations in New Mexico for almost 100 years. The site has evolved over time and today boasts a number of wonderful resort amenities that are complimentary for our guests. 

In addition to our amazing individual cabin amenities, we have a variety of community spaces for our visitors to enjoy. All of our amenities and community spaces are free for our guests to use and we do not charge a resort fee. 

 
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Swimming Pool

Our outdoor heated swimming pool is open from the end of May to the middle of October. We offer pool toys, and pool floats and inflatables for our guests to play with. There is a public restroom at the pool and lounge chairs. The pool overlooks the Brazos Cliffs to the East and is surrounded by our pine tree forest.

 
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Game Room

Our sunny community Game Room is centrally located in the Lodge Building. The Game Room is open for guests to enjoy year-round from 8am to 10pm and features:

  • Pool Table - with bumper pool available

  • Foosball Table

  • Ping Pong Table

  • Bubble Stick Hockey Game Table

  • Board Games - available for check-out in the main office

 
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Playground

Our outdoor playground is designed for young children and their families to enjoy. It features:

  • Swingset - with regular and toddler-safe swings

  • Slides connected to two wooden mini-cabin forts

  • Tether Ball

 
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Horseshoe Pit / Bocce Ball Court

For older kids and adults we have an outdoor regulation-size horseshoe pit that can also be used as a bocce ball court. Horseshoes and balls are available in the office.

 
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The Commons Picnic Grounds

Central to the cabins and community spaces is a huge grassy area we call The Commons. It features picnic tables and Adirondack chairs, perfect for relaxing and enjoying the mountains.  You might even encounter our mule deer which we ask you to please not feed the animals.