The State Parks Division of the Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department (EMNRD) manages State Parks throughout New Mexico. State Parks feature an array of backdrops that are as diverse as they are spectacular, from amazing geological features at City of Rocks State Park to a breathtaking lake view set amongst towering Ponderosa Pines at Fenton Lake State Park to Bottomless Lakes State Park, which offers sinkhole lakes, ranging from 17 to 90 feet deep. State Parks are rich with history and unusual wildlife.
All State Parks require a Film and Photography Permit and at least a thirty-day notice. The cost progresses depending on the scope and needs of the project. Follow the link below to discuss filming at any of New Mexico's State Parks.