Fees & Reservations

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Park facilities staff (Frank Archuleta and Joseph Dalton) put finishing touches on new wayside at position 1 on the Ruins Trail, one of the examples of your fee dollars at work at Pecos National Historical Park.

Photo by Christine Beekman

When you arrive at Pecos National Historical Park (Visitor Center and park hours are currently 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.), you'll find true crossroads of cultural, natural and historical resources. Call the Visitor Center (505-757-7241) for general and tour information.

In addition to the pueblo ruins, you may explore the complexities of Spanish colonialism; learn about the ancient travel route through the Glorieta Pass; see a Santa Fe Trail stage stop; find out about a Civil War battle; ask about the storied Forked Lightning Ranch on park grounds, with its connections to everyone from architect John Gaw Meem to rodeo entrepreneur Tex Austin to Academy Award-winning actress Greer Garson, and more.

Entrance to Pecos National Historical Park is $3.00 for individuals 16 years of age and older.

For those who will visit frequently, or local citizens, there is a Pecos National Historical Park entry pass that costs $10.00 annually (see below).

Special Use Permit Applications-

10-930 Application for Special Use Permit
10-930S Application for Special Use Permit

10-931 SPU Commercial Filming/Still Photography
10-932 SPU Commercial Filming/Still Photography

For more information about National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Passes, please click here.

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