The Bureau of Land Management and National Park Service work with other federal agencies, state and local governments, organizations, tribes, and private individuals as partners to administer the national historic trail.
El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro Trail Association is the primary nonfederal partner with the National Park Service and Bureau of Land Management in planning and administration of El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail. The association is a national organization dedicated to preserving the trail and telling its stories.
To learn more, visit the association's website at www.caminorealcarta.org
The historic trail is also designated as El Camino Real De Tierra Adentro National Scenic Byway, a program administered by the U.S. Federal Highway Administration.
To learn more, visit the New Mexico Tourism Department's website on the byway at http://newmexico.org/scenicbyways/el_camino_real.php
Did You Know?
Throughout the 17th century, Santa Fe was the only incorporated Spanish town north of Chihuahua. Soon after its establishment in 1610, Santa Fe became the terminus for trade caravans from Mexico City, which traveled on El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro for 1,500 miles.