New Mexico National Parks


Aztec Ruins NM
Park brochure for Aztec Ruins NM
Park Map
Synopsis: Archeological site of pueblo ruins dating from the 1100s.
Stamp Location: Visitor center is located off US 550 near Aztec.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Bandelier NM
Park brochure for Bandelier NM
Park Map
Synopsis: Archeological site of pueblo ruins dating from the 1100s.
Stamp Location: Visitor center is located off SR 4 just south of Los Alamos.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Capulin Colcano NM
Park brochure for Capulin Volcano
Park Map
Synopsis: Geological park provides a rare opportunity to drive to the perfectly shaped cinder cone and walk into the former volcano.
Stamp Location: Visitor center is off SR 325 north of Capulin.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Carlsbad Caverns NP
Park brochure for Carlsbad Caverns NP
Park Map
Synopsis: Protects one of the largest caverns in the world and other caves, including the nations deepest limestone cave.
Stamp Location: Visitor center is located off US 62/180, south of Carlsbad.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Chaco Culture NHP
Park brochure for Chaco Culture NHP
Park Map
Synopsis: Acheological park preserves one of the major Puebloan centers dating from 850.
Stamp Location: Visitor center is inside the park; To get here from the north (prefered access), turn off Hwy 550/44 at County Road 7900–3 miles southeast of Nageezi and approximately 50 miles west of Cuba (at mile 112.5). This route is clearly signed from Hwy 550/44 to the park boundary (21 miles). The route includes 5 miles of paved road (CR 7900) and 16 miles of dirt (CR 7950).
Park stamp not obtained yet
El Malpais NM
Park brochure for El Malpais NM
Park Map
Synopsis: Park preserves over 100,000 acres of wilderness that contains volcanic features and unique ecosystems.
Stamp Location: Visitor centers include the El Malpais Information Center on SR 53 about 20 miles from Grants and the Northwest NM Visitor Center at Exit 85 on I-40 in Grants. The stamp is also available at the BLM ranger station SR 117 10 miles south of exit 89 on I-40.
Park stamp not obtained yet
El Morro NM
Park brochure for El Morro NM Synopsis: Monument preserves 200′ monolith rising from valley floor with pre-columbian petroglyphs and Puebloan ruins.
Stamp Location: Visitor center is located at the base of Inscription Rock at the end of the road off SR 53 east of Ramah.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Fort Union NM
Park brochure not obtained yet
Park Map
Synopsis: Park protects what was once the largest fort in the Southwest protecting the Sante Fe Trail.
Stamp Location: Stamp is available on-site on SR 161, 8 miles from I-25.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Gila Cliff Dwellings NM
Park brochure for Gila Cliff Dwellings NM Synopsis: Offers a glimpse of the homes and lives of the people of the Mogollon culture who lived in the Gila Wilderness from the 1280s through the early 1300s.
Stamp Location: Visitor center is located at the end of SR 15, 44 miles from Silver City.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Pecos NHP
Park brochure for Pecos NHP Synopsis: Park preserves 12,000 years of history including the ancient pueblo of Pecos, two Spanish Colonial Missions, Santa Fe Trail sites, 20th century ranch history of Forked Lightning Ranch, and the site of the Civil War Battle of Glorieta Pass.
Stamp Location: Visitor center is located off SR 63 (exit 307 on I-25) south of Pecos.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Petroglyph NM
Park brochure for Petrogyph NM
Synopsis: Park protects a variety of cultural and natural resources including five volcanic cones, hundreds of archeological sites and an estimated 25,000 images carved by native peoples and early Spanish settlers.
Stamp Location: The parks vistor center is located on Unser Blvd (exit 154 off I-40) in Aluquerque.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Salinas Pueblo Missions NM
Park brochure for Salinas Pueblo Missions NM
Park Map
Synopsis: Sites commemorates the early contact of Europeans and the native peoples.
Stamp Location: The visitor center is located one block from the intersection of US 60 and SR 513 in Mountainair. Also available at three separate units: Abo 9 miles west of Mountainair off US 60, Gran Quivira 25 miles south of Mountainair off SR 55 and Quarai 8 miles north of Mountainair at the end of SR 513 off SR 55.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Santa Fe NHT
Park brochure for Santa Fe NHT Synopsis: Park help preserve historic trail between St Louis, MO to Santa Fe, NM which brought goods as well as travellers.
Stamp Location: Stamp locations in New Mexico include: Fort Union NM and Pecos NHP The stamp may also be obtained at the NPS Trails Office located at 1100 Old Santa Fe Trail in Sante Fe. See also Colorado, Kansas and Missouri for additional stamp locations.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Trail of Tears NHT
Park brochure not obtained yet Synopsis: Trail memorializes the forced migration of thousands of natives to land in the west. Many never made it.
Stamp Location: Known location: The NPS Trails Office in Sante Fe. See also Kentucky, Arkansas, Georgia, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee and North Carolina for additional stamping locations.
Park stamp not obtained yet
White Sands NM
Park brochure for White Sands NM
Park Map
Synopsis: Park protects 275 square miles of great wave-like dunes of gypsum sand, creating the world’s largest gypsum dune field.
Stamp Location: Stamp is available in the park visitor center off US 70, 15 miles west of Alamogordo. The park is surrouded by the White Sands Missle Range and is sometimes subject to closures during testing. Large signs on the way to monument will display if the monument is open or not. A stamp is also available for visiting the Trinity Site located on the monument, however it is only available on first Saturday of April & October.
Park stamp for White Sands NM