About Cochití PuebloWest of the Rio Grande and a few miles southwest of Cochiti Dam, this ancient Keresan pueblo retains few of its old landmarks. The mission church, San Buenaventura de Cochiti, was built in 1628. The tribe leases land to the community of Cochiti Lake, where a recreation area offers boating, camping, fishing, sailing, windsurfing and nature trails. Visitors to the pueblo are welcome dawn to dusk. Drawing, painting, photography or tape recording is not permitted.
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Cochiti Pueblo, NM
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