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    Pecos

    National Historical Park New Mexico

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    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 »

Park Planning

Environmental Assessment for Civil War Battlefield trail 2.04mb (pdf) Pecos National Historical Park constructed a foot trail within the Pigeon's Ranch Sub-Unit of the Glorieta Battlefield Unit of Pecos National Historical Park. The trail provides access to viewing areas of the battlefield site along Arrowhead Ridge and on Windmill Hill, and associated signage provides interpretive information on the 1862 Battle of Glorieta Pass. The project involved constructing approximately 2.25 miles of trail located on lands managed by the National Park Service. By constructing this permanent trail, Pecos National Historical Park fulfills its mandate to preserve, protect and interpret the battlefield.

 
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Black powder demonstration, Battle of Glorieta Pass living history event, 2006.
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Did You Know?

Pecos Church

There are four churches located in Pecos National Historical Park. Of the four churches built at Pecos Pueblo three are located in the mission complex south of the Pueblo along the main loop trail. One is located to the northeast of the Pueblo; visitors can visit it through a ranger guided tour.