Beginning October 1, the grounds of the memorial will be open to the public from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. This applies to all foot traffic and vehicles. For questions, call (915) 532-7273.
A partir del 1ero de octubre, se abren los terrenos del parque desde las 7 a.m. hasta las 10 p.m. Esto vale para el tráfico peatonal igual al de vehículos. Si tiene preguntas, llame al (915) 532-7273.
Phone System Problems
We are currently experiencing problems with our automated phone system. For general information or to speak to someone in the visitor center, please dial 915-532-7273, extension 113, between 10 am and 5 pm. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Actualmente existen problemas con el sistema telefónico. Para información general o para comunicarse con el centro de visitantes, marque 915-532-7273, extensión 113 entre las horas de 10 am y 5 pm. Disculpe la molestia.
Leave No Trace
Outdoor Ethics Aren't Just for Wilderness Areas
Visitors to Chamizal National Memorial are invited to picnic, play games, relax, fly kites, exercise, and much more on our grounds. Whether you have a large group for a game of soccer or want to spend the early morning jogging our paths, please remember national park Leave No Trace ethics.
Dispose of waste properly. Chamizal provides trash cans for garbage, recycle bins (blue bins for plastic, aluminum, and paper products), and ash cans to dispose of charcoal and BBQ ash. Glass containers are not allowed in the park at any time.
Wild creatures are protected here. Chamizal, as part of the National Park Service, serves as an urban protective harbor for wildlife within the memorial boundaries. Please do not disturb or feed wild animals. Enjoy them from a distance. Please remember to keep your pets leashed at all times so that they don't disturb the animals.
Respect other visitors. Remember to keep music at a comfortable volume. Others may be visiting to find solace and relaxation. When walking our trails, yield to joggers and others walking by.
Remember to leave what you find. As a national park site, collecting of any item (natural items, rocks, plants, historic or cultural) is prohibited. You may look and you may touch, but please leave the items for others to enjoy.
Did You Know?
Over 5,000 U.S. residents had to be moved from their homes and businesses in the area of El Paso that was to be handed over to Mexico, in agreement with the terms of the Chamizal Convention of 1963, at the government’s expense. More...