Wheelchair sign

Petroglyph National Monument was established in 1990 and is considered a young National Park unit. The monument is cooperatively managed by the National Park Service and the City of Albuquerque Open Space Division. Currently, we are limited on accessible features. On the other hand, each project that is started and implemented by the National Park Service takes into account accessibility.


Information Center -

The information center is fully accessible with parking spaces and chair ramps. This site also has a tactile exhibit of petroglyphs so all visitors can experience the feel of a petroglyph. (Touching of actual petroglyphs is strongly discouraged to prevent damage to these irreplaceable resources.) Park brochures in Braille and in large print are available at the information center.

Persons hand touching a petroglyph
A person's hand touching a replica of a spiral petroglyph on a fabricated tactile boulder.



Boca Negra Canyon - Trails are not accessible, however, petroglyphs may be easily seen using the view scope located at the Macaw trail shaded patio. Accessible: Parking lots, patio, and restrooms.

Rinconada Canyon - The Rinconada Canyon trail is not accessible at this time. Accessible: Parking lot, vault restroom, picnic picnic tables, and shade structures.

Piedras Marcadas Canyon
- The Piedras Marcadas Canyon trail is not accessible at this time. Accessible: Parking lot.

Volcanoes - This recently developed area has a trail that is partially prepared for wheelchair access. Funds are being appropriated to complete accessibility of this trail to its full 1 mile length. Accessible: Parking lot, vault restrooms, and shade structure.

For questions concerning accessibility call the Information Center at (505) 899-0205.

Last updated: February 8, 2021

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6001 Unser Blvd. NW

Albuquerque , NM 87120


505 899-0205

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