In accordance with regulations and the delegated authority provided in Title 36, Code of Federal Regulations (“36 CFR”), Chapter 1, Parts 1-7, authorized by Title 16 United States Code, Section 3, the following regulatory provisions are established for the proper management, protection, government and public use of those portions Coronado National Memorial under the jurisdiction of the National Park Service. Unless otherwise stated, these regulatory provisions apply in addition to the requirements contained in 36 CFR, Chapter 1, Parts 1-7.
I. 36 CFR §1.5 – VISITING HOURS, PUBLIC USE LIMITS, CLOSURES, AND AREA DESIGNATIONS FOR SPECIFIC USE OR ACTIVITIES
(a)(1)The following visiting hours and public use limits are established for all or for the listed portions of the park, and the following closures are established for all or a portion of the park to all public use or to a certain use or activity:
The Memorial is open from dawn to dusk. The Visitor Center is open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm seven days a week.
The entire area of Coronado National Memorial is closed to public use.
The following areas are an exception to the closure (see attached map);
Main road from east entrance to the Visitor Center
Visitor Center parking lot
On July 31, 2006 Coronado National Memorial sustained severe damage from flooding. Utility systems, roads, trails, developed areas, and undeveloped areas were damaged to a degree that has created a public safety hazard for the entire Memorial area, including debris slides, contaminated water systems, and damaged roadways. The Memorial will reopen as rehabilitation and repairs allow, with emphasis on creating incremental public access pursuant to public safety and risk assessment.
The following restrictions and/or conditions are in effect for the specific uses or activities noted:
· All visitors are restricted to the paved surface of the main road and Visitor Center parking area, the Visitor Center, and the Nature Trail.
· No parking along main road except in the Visitor Center parking area.
Last updated: March 31, 2012