Those interested in filming activities at White Sands National Park need to contact the film coordinator at 575-479-6124 ext. 217 or email@example.com for more information about filming in the park.
When is a permit needed?
Still photographers require a permit only when:
How do I apply for a permit?
Permit applications are available by downloading it here and submitting to the film coordinator at 575-479-6124 ext. 217 or firstname.lastname@example.org at least 21 days in advance. You should submit a completed application along with the application fee to the park where you want to film or photograph as far in advance of your planned date as possible. In addition, you should request a meeting with park staff if your proposed activity is unusual or complex. Early consultation with park staff will help them process the submitted application in a timely manner.
What fees will I have to pay?
The National Park Service will collect a cost recovery charge and a location fee for still photography permits. Cost recovery includes an application fee and any additional charges to cover the costs incurred by the National Park Service in processing your request and monitoring your permit. This amount will vary depending on the park and the size and complexity of your permit. The application fee must be submitted with your application to be processed.
If You Have Questions - we're here to assist
If you have questions or would like to speak to someone regarding doing a filming activity in the park, we encourage you to contact the Filming and Photography Coordinator at 575-479-6124 ext. 217 or email@example.com.
Last updated: November 1, 2022