Pilot Fishing Program Closed Until Further Notice
The three miles of the Pecos River inside the park remains closed to public use. Public access to the river inside park boundaries is determined by condition of the resource. Please click "More" to link to the fishing page and additional information. More »
Laws & Policies
Pecos Public Law enactments, including 100-225 and 101-313
A compilation of designations, closures, permit requirements and other restrictions made by the superintendent in addition to what is contained in the Code of Federal Regulations and other applicable federal statutes and regulations.
FIREARMS IN PARKS
GUIDELINES FOR LIVING HISTORY AND BLACK POWDER DEMONSTRATIONS
Manual of Instruction for the Safe Use of Reproduction 19th Century Artillery in Historic Weapons Demonstrations
Did You Know?
This bison portrait, drawn in 1554, comes from the Lopez de Gomara history. The Spanish were struck by the size and power of the animals. Much later, on the Santa Fe Trail, bison were at first a major point of interest to travelers and soon became a commodity (prized for their hides) and were slaughtered by the thousands.