• Visitors hike along the base of the Gila Cliff Dwellings.

    Gila Cliff Dwellings

    National Monument New Mexico

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  • Time Change for Guided Tours

    Effective Sunday November 2nd, our daily guided tour will change to 1 PM. Through Saturday November 1st, the tour will be at 11 AM. You must be at the tour start (about 1/2 mile hike) by the start time. Of course, self guided tours are still available.

  • NM Highway 152 Closed

    NM Highway 152 between Hillsboro and San Lorenzo is closed due to multiple washouts. Anyone traveling south on Interstate 25 towards the Gila Cliff Dwellings should take NM 26 to Deming as an alternate route.

  • Thunderstorm Safety Closures Possible

    When thunderstorms are nearby, the trail to and from the Gila Cliff Dwellings is closed. Please check local forecasts before you visit. Thunderstorms are typically more likely in the afternoon. On some afternoons it is not possible to reopen. More »

Lodging

The nearest lodging is located in Gila Hotsprings, NM, approximately 4 miles from the monument.

Gila Hotsprings RV Park Apartments 575-536-9551

Wilderness Lodge 575-536-9749

Other lodging within a 30-60 minute drive is available along NM Highway 35.

Little Toad Creek Inn and Tavern 575-536-9469

Lake Roberts Motel and Cabins 575-536-9393

Spirit Canyon Lodge 575-536-9459

Many options for lodging can be found in Silver City, NM, within 1 1/2 to 2 hours driving time.

Did You Know?

700-year old corn

When visiting the Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument, you’ll see corn cobs that are over 700 years old! The ancient Puebloans of the Mogollon area grew corn, beans and squash, including some varieties from Mesoamerica. This substantiates trade amongst the peoples of a large region.