• Overlooking Chetro Ketl

    Chaco Culture

    National Historical Park New Mexico

Fees & Reservations

We honor Interagency Annual, Senior, and Access Passes. We also sell Interagency Passes.

ENTRANCE FEES

Vehicle Entrance Fee: $8 for 7 days

This permit allows all persons traveling with the permit holder in one private, non-commercial vehicle (car/truck/van) to leave and re-enter the park as many times as they wish during the 7-day period from the date of purchase.

Individual Entrance Fee: $4 for 7 days

This permit allows a single individual traveling on foot, motorcycle, bicycle, or for individuals traveling together in a vehicle as a non-commercial, organized group to leave and re-enter the park as many times as they wish during the 7-day period from the date of purchase.

Commercial Entrance Fee:

Entrance Fees for commercial vehicles are based on the capacity of the vehicle.

Vehicle capacity 1-6: $25, plus $4 per person (16 years of age or older)

Vehicle capacity 7-25: $40

Vehicle capacity 26 or more: $100

Non-Commercial Group Fees:

Vehicles with capacity of less than 15 are charged the regular vehicle charge of $8.

Vehicles with 15 passenger capacity or more are charged the individual rate ($4) for each passenger up to the commercial group fee rate. *Passes (Annual, Senior, Access) may be used for entry as defined on the back of the pass

ACTIVITY FEES

Camping: Gallo Campground is by reservation. Campsites are $15.00 per night. Campers with Interagency Senior or Access passes pay $7.50 per night. Visit www.recreation.gov to reserve online or call 1-877-444-6777. Reservations must be made a minimum of three days in advance of your visit.

Group Camping:

Two group campsites (10 to 30 people in each) are avialable by reservation. Visit www.recreation.gov to reserve online or call 1-877-444-6777. Group campsites are $60 per night. Campers with Interagency Senior or Access passes pay $30.00 per night.

Did You Know?

1778 Pacheco Map

The earliest map of the Chaco region was drawn in 1778 by Spanish cartographer Bernardo de Miera y Pacheco. The map identified Chaco Canyon area as "Chaca." "Chaca" is believed to be the origin of both "Chacra" (a nearby mesa) and "Chaco." More...