Return to the road bridge and end your tour at the Visitor Center where you started. You have had the chance to get acquainted with the largest group of buildings and furnishings built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in any National Park or Monument in the United States. The hard work of the architects, enrollees, and supervisors provided Bandelier with a beautiful and distinctive set of facilities that remind us of those times and people. The structures are not only enjoyable and in harmony with the local landscape and culture, but are also a unique part of our national heritage. In addition, as many former enrollees say, they came away with work habits and skills that were valuable to them throughout the rest of their lives.
Last updated: February 24, 2015