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About the State Parks Division
Outdoor recreation is a driving force in New Mexico’s economy and State Parks is a key player. Connected to communities statewide, our 35 state parks are often economic drivers for local businesses, towns, and cities. Many rural communities rely on a state park as a major source of economic development.
The State Parks’ mission is to protect and enhance natural and cultural resources, provide first-class recreational and education facilities and opportunities, and promote public safety to benefit and enrich the lives of visitors.
State Parks is committed to this mission, employing professional, dedicated staff to ensure that parks are cared for and preserved to the highest professional standards. State Park programs provide safe, fun, and educational experiences for the whole family.
Human Rights Act
For assistance in filing a complaint, or for any other information on the Human Rights Act, please call (800) 566-9471 (toll-free) or (505) 827-6838, or visit the Human Rights Bureau website at: https://www.dws.state.nm.us/en-us/Human-Rights-Information.
Para ayuda a completar una queja, o para más información sobre la Ley de Derechos Humanos, por favor llame al 1-800-566-9471, o visite la página por Internet de Buro de Derechos Humanos en https://www.dws.state.nm.us/en-us/Human-Rights-Information.
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