El Malpais is a hodgepodge of National Park Service (NPS) land, private land, conservation areas and wilderness areas administered by the BLM. Each area has different rules and regulations, which change regularly. T…
When visiting the Zuni Pueblo, first check in at the helpful information center, which offers daily tours of the middle village at 10am, 1pm and 4pm from Monday to Saturday. There are usually one or two artisans wor…
Run by the National Park Service, this large modern Pueblo-style building is an invaluable resource for anyone visiting the nearby El Malpais National Monument southwest of Grants. Year-round information and permits…
Pick up self-guided booklets for major sites ($1 each), visit the museum, arrange backcountry hiking permits, and inquire about astronomy programs (April to October) and guided tours of Pueblo Bonito.
The El Malpais Information Center, 22 miles southwest of Grants, has permits and information for caving and backcountry camping (free).
Pick up information on local hikes and campgrounds. It's the last building you pass on the left at the southern end of Cuba.
Information on the Bisti Badlands as well as several other sites.
Stop by for information on hiking and camping in the surrounding national forest.
Grab a copy of the annual, full-color Gallup visitors guide.
Useful information desk in the Farmington Museum.