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Contact: Ty Labeth, (575) 278-2201
Ever need a Federal Lands, or New Mexico State Parks pass, but never seem to have the time to swing by Sugarite or Capulin? Well you are in luck, because we are coming to you. On Saturday, June 28, 2014, from 10:00am to 2:00pm, personnel from Sugarite Canyon and Capulin Volcano will be at the Raton Aquatic Center to sell their passes.
National Park Passes:
Annual Federal Lands Pass - $80
Active Duty Annual Federal Lands Pass – Free
Senior Lifetime Federal Lands Pass - $10
Access Lifetime Federal Lands Pass – Free (To any disabled in one or more life functions.)
Capulin Volcano Annual Pass - $10
New Mexico State Parks Pass:
New Mexico Resident or Non Resident Annual Day-Use Pass - $40
New Mexico Resident Annual Camping Pass - $180
New Mexico Resident Senior, 62+ Annual Camping Pass - $100
New Mexico Resident Disabled (proof of disability required) Annual Camping Pass - $100
Out-of-State Resident Annual Camping Permit - $225
If you have time we would love to tell you about our passes and the lands we protect.
Capulin Volcano National Monument, a unit of the National Park System, preserves "…a striking example of a recent extinct volcano." The park is located on Highway 325, 3 miles north of the town of Capulin, NM, 30 miles east of Raton, NM, and 56 miles west of Clayton, NM. For more about Capulin Volcano and the National Park Service, check out our website www.nps.gov/cavo or find us on Facebook.
Sugarite Canyon State Park offers fishing, camping, hiking and a historic coal camp. Sugarite is located about six miles northeast of Raton, via State Highways 72 and 526. For more about Sugarite Canyon State Park and New Mexico State Parks visit our website www.emnrd.state.nm.us/SPD/sugaritecanyonstatepark.html.