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Cerrillos Hills State Park

37 Main Street, Cerrillos, NM
+1 505-474-0196
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We drove to the park and got information and see the old mines. It was a hot day and we found out... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2017
Lomita, California
Beautiful area

I went to the park during the weekday- the park office is open only from 2-4pm- Peter Lipscomb is... read more

Reviewed 30 March 2017
Holly G
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37 Main Street, Cerrillos, NM
+1 505-474-0196
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Reviewed 17 May 2017

We drove to the park and got information and see the old mines. It was a hot day and we found out we had to do a couple of fairly strenuous hikes to get to follow the mine trails with some interpertave sign along the...More

Thank 707clayg
Reviewed 30 March 2017 via mobile

I went to the park during the weekday- the park office is open only from 2-4pm- Peter Lipscomb is the manager. The fee is 5 dollars for single day use vehicle. I hiked a few of the trails, views were very beautiful of the mountains....More

Thank Holly G
Reviewed 21 February 2017

The trails were scenic. For the most part the trails were narrow. We went by several old mines. It would have been helpful if there was more signage or blazes for the trails. When we first arrived, there was a ranger-led walk that the people...More

Thank Pat102
Reviewed 20 January 2017

We have a tradition of hiking on January 1st, which, thankfully, state parks across the country have also adopted. So while in Santa Fe we sought out such a hike, and were directed to Cerrillos Hills SP. Let me say first off that they had...More

Thank Deb C
Reviewed 20 October 2016

Great scenery and a pleasant hike. Just make sure you have a hat and sunscreen as you will be out in the sun!

Thank Marian J
Reviewed 27 September 2016

Stopped by the vistor center, open 2-4 pm Enthusiastic volunteer explained the geology. Did a great hike to an overview. So glad we stopped

Thank TravelingUpstateNY
Reviewed 12 September 2016

Easy hiking, some connecting trails are longer. Take the map, not that you would get seriously lost, but you could end up with an extra mile of hiking or so with a wrong turn. Gives a good overview of mining in the area, with many...More

Thank Bill M
Reviewed 11 July 2016

Park was easy to find and trail maps were available at the trailhead. It being a state park, there is a $5 fee that you self-pay at the trailhead. There are hills, but nothing too strenuous so good for beginners. There was evidence of horseback...More

Thank Goldstarvw
Reviewed 28 June 2016

My neighbors and I have often visited the State Park here for hiking and even sometimes for horseback riding locally. It's a series of rolling hills with very easy hikes. Not a lot of steep inclines, so it's an easy way to see the old...More

Thank Santa_Fe_NM_Critic
Reviewed 10 May 2016 via mobile

Neat to see actual old silver and turquoise mines. The old shafts are gated off, but you can see where they were, and imagine what the prospecting life was like. Nearby Madrid has a museum with more info, and a row of miner's houses turned...More

Thank dfauver
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