There are many lodging options within a one hour drive from El Morro National Monument. They include cabins, bed and breakfasts, and hotels.
El Morro RV Park and Cabins and the Ancient Way Cafe (1 mile east of El Morro)
Cimarron Rose Bed and Breakfast (11 miles east of El Morro)
The Inn at Halona Bed and Breakfast (35 miles west of El Morro in the town of Zuni)
You may also contact our area Chambers of Commerce for information on hotels in Grants (42 miles east of El Morro) and Gallup (52 miles northwest of El Morro):
The Grants Chamber of Commerce
The Gallup Chamber of Commerce
Did You Know?
Early Spanish travelers called the questa El Morro, which is Spanish for the headland or the bluff. Subsequent American travelers referred to El Morro as Inscription Rock, but when it came to naming the National Monument in 1906, the earlier Spanish name persevered.