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Parks New Mexico El Malpais NCA - Fort Union NM

 
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  El Malpais National Conservation Area
 
Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  http://www.nm.blm.gov/www/aufo/el_malpais/el_malpais.html

  e-mail  Steve_Anderson@nm.blm.gov  505-761-8700

  Albuquerque Field Office

  435 Montano Road NE

  Albuquerque  NM 87107

    El Malpais National Conservation Area was established by congress to protect the outstanding archaeological, geological     

  Recreation.gov


  El Malpais National Monument  National Park Service     NPS

  http://www.nps.gov/elma  e-mail  Leslie_DeLong@nps.gov  505 783-4774

  123 E. Roosevelt Avenue

  Grants     NM 87020

    El Malpais National Monument and Conservation Area was established in 1987 and is a relative newcomer to the National Park System. This monument preserves 114,277 acres of which 109,260 acres are federal and 5,017 acres are private. 

    Recreation.gov


  El Morro National Monument     National Park Service    NPS

  http://www.nps.gov/elmo  e-mail  sarah_beckwith@nps.gov  505 783-4226

  El Morro National Monument

  HC 61  Box 43

  Ramah   NM 87321-9603

    Rising 200 feet above the valley floor, this massive sandstone bluff was a welcome landmark for weary travelers. A reliable waterhole hidden at its base made El Morro (or Inscription Rock) a popular campsite.

    Recreation.gov 


  El Vado Lake SP  State Park               NM GF
 
http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/nmparks/PAGES/PARKS/ELVADO/Elvado.htm
 
e-mail   mailto:AMarquez@state.nm.us  505 588-7247
 
via NM 112
 
PO Box 367
 
Tierra Amarila  NM    87575
  Last Update     5 /5 /2004

 El Vado Reservoir         Bureau of Reclamation   BOR http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/nmparks/PAGES/PARKS/ELVADO/ELV

  e-mail  rford@uc.usbr.gov

  505-462-3540

  Albuquerque Area Office

  505 Marquette NW  
 
Suite 1313

  Albuquerque   NM  87102-2162

  Recreation.gov

  Elephant Butte Lake SP  State Park            NM SP
 
http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/nmparks/PAGES/PARKS/BUTTE/Butte.htm
 
e-mail   mailto:Kirkpatric@state.nm.us
 
505 744-5923
 
via I-25 exit 83
 
PO Box 13
 
Elephant Butte     NM    87935
 
Last Update     5 /5 /2004

  Elephant Butte Reservoir           Bureau of Reclamation   BOR  http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/nmparks/PAGES/PARKS/BUTTE/BUTT

  e-mail  rford@uc.usbr.gov

  505-462-3540

  Albuquerque Area Office

  505 Marquette NW 
 
Suite 1313

  Albuquerque   NM 87102-2162

   Elephant Butte Dam and Reservoir, features of the Rio

    Grande Project,  are on the Rio Grande

    Recreation.gov


 
Fenton Lake     NM SP
 
http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/nmparks/PAGES/PARKS/FENTON/Fenton.htm
  
NM

  Fenton Lake         NM GF
 
http://www.gmfsh.state.nm.us/PageMill_Images/Hunting/FentonLake.pdf
        
NM

  Fort Craig National Historic Site Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  http://www.publiclands.org/html/explore/site.asp?search=YES&back=S

  e-mail  SMaurer@plia.org

  505-835-0412

  c/o BLM-Socorro Field Office

  198 Neal Avenue, NW

  Socorro   NM 87801

    Frontier cavalry fort ruin once protected southern Rio Grande and

    Camino Real travellers from Apache attacks; today, self-guided

    hiking trails, programs and reenactments highlight this rich history 

   Recreation.gov


 
Fort Stanton     Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  http://www.publiclands.org/html/explore/site.asp?state=NM&state_nam

  e-mail  stephen@plia.org

  505-627-0212

  Roswell Field Office

  1717 West Second ST

  Roswell   NM 88201

    Developed trails for hiking and horseback riding wind through open

    meadows and canyons full of great views of the surrounding

    Lincoln National Forest, Sacramento and Capitan mountains.  

    Recreation.gov

 

  Fort Union National Monument   National Park Service     NPS

  http://www.nps.gov/foun  e-mail  FOUN_Administration@nps.gov

  Visitor Information  (505)

  P.O. Box 127

  Watrous  NM 87753

    Fort Union was established in 1851 by Lieutenant Colonel Edwin

    V. Sumner as a guardian and protector of the Santa Fe Trail.

    During it's forty-year history, three different forts were constructed

    close together. The third and final Fort Union was the large

  Recreation.gov 

 

 


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