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Explore ancient Aztec ruins in New Mexico enjoy a half-mile walk through an original Pueblo House and see how ancient people built their homes in the desert.
While known for mesas, sheer-walled canyons, and several thousand ancestral Pueblo dwellings, this monument also has over 23,000 acres of designated wilderness.
Although long extinct, Capulin Volcano National Monument is dramatic evidence of the volcanic processes that shaped northeastern New Mexico.
Fort Union was established in 1851 as a protector of the Santa Fe Trail, and during its forty-year history, three different forts were constructed in total.
Grand Portage National Monument and Indian Reservation, a national park in Minnesota, forms a bridge between people, time, and culture.
The Mississippi River is an iconic river recognized as an individual national park site that relies on conservation donations from national park supporters.
Pecos National Historical Park preserves Indian pueblos and Pecos cultural remains. Visitors learn about the park's ancient cultural exchange and geography.
Petroglyph National Monument protects one of the largest petroglyph sites and features volcanic rock carved by Native American and Spanish settlers.
Pipestone National Monument is sacred to many American Indian tribes, who quarry and carve its red pipestone for prayer ceremonies.
Santa Fe National Historic Trail is a transportation route through mid-North America that connected Missouri to New Mexico, and includes scenic hiking paths.
Voyageurs National Park is a mosaic of waterways that flow into the Hudson Bay. Aquatic ecosystems, forests, and wild area add to the park's diversity.