• Sit for a spell under a cottonwood tree and view the Franklin Mountains, seemingly nestled between the U.S. and Mexico flags in front of the visitor center. The two flags reflect our heritage; this land once belonging to Mexico and now to the U.S.

    Chamizal

    National Memorial Texas

Fees & Reservations (Cobros y Reservaciones)

Passes

There is no entrance fee for Chamizal National Memorial. However, there may be fees associated with theater performances and other permits.
No se cobra la entrada a El Chamizal pero puede haber cobros asociados con las funciones de teatro y otros permisos.

The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass
To serve our local community, passes are available for sale at Chamizal National Memorial during visitor center hours. Federal Recreation Passes are only sold in the visitor center and cannot be obtained in the Administration Office. The Annual Pass, the Senior Pass, the Access Pass, and the new Annual Military Pass are offered to assist in your visits to your public lands. Visit the USGS website for more pass details.


Los Parques Nacionales y Tierras Federales Pase
Para servir nuestra communidad, los pases estan en venta en el Chamizal National Memorial durante las horas que esta abierto el centro visitantes. El Pase Anual, el Pase por Personas Mayores, el Pase de Aceso, y Pase Militario Anual estan en oferta para ayudar en visita a las tierras publicas. Visitan
USGS por informacion.

To assist our international visitors, we provide pass information in other languages. Use the links below.

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FRANÇAIS

Deutsch

Italiano

日本人

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Our Permit Page has Moved!

We've created a new permit page for the Theater permits, general permits, and commercial photography/filming permits. Click here, or to the navigational panel on the left labeled "Permits".

Did You Know?

Broadtailed Hummingbird

Depending on the time of year you visit Chamizal National Memorial, you may see up to four different species of hummingbirds. These include the Broadtailed (pictured), Rufous, Black-Chinned, and Anna’s hummingbirds. More...