Tucson, AZ – The nonprofit Public Lands Interpretive Association (PLIA) has reopened its bookstores in front of the Sabino Canyon and Palisades ...
Our public lands belong to all of us. Get out and explore! But first a few ground rules and tips for staying safe:
Most of the public land in New Mexico is remote country. It is accessible from unimproved; sometimes four wheel drive, roads and tracks. Be prepared to be self-sufficient with water, food, shelter, GPS, maps, and recovery tools and skills. There are NO services in these remote areas. Cell phone reception is rare.
Unless driving through on a county, state or federal highway, you must have prior written permission to be on tribal, military, state trust, or private land…even when crossing to get to public lands.