National Historic Park

Pecos Dog Policy

Pecos National Historic Park is Somewhat Dog Friendly

Dogs Allowed
with 6' Leash & Exceptions []

Pecos National Historic Park is near Santa Fe, and contains the remains of Native American pueblos. The park also has a number of trails and fly fishing opportunities.

Pecos National Historic Park is somewhat dog friendly. Dogs are allowed on most trails. Dogs are not allowed in buildings. Please do not leave your dog unattended, as temperatures can change quickly.

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Trail Policy

Dogs are allowed on most trails at Pecos National Historic Park while on a leash no longer than 6'. Please be aware that rattlesnakes may be present along the sides of trails.

Dogs are allowed on the following trails:

  • Ancestral Sites Trail - 1.25 miles roundtrip
  • Glorieta Battlefield Trail - 2.25 miles roundtrip (The trailhead is a 7.5 mile drive from the visitor center behind a locked gate; you can get the code at the visitor center.)

Dogs are not allowed on the South Pasture Loop Trail.

Location & Map

New Mexico

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