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There were more than 8300 confirmed COVID-19 cases in New Mexico as of 6/4. One case was identified in Sierra County on 4/29.

    • As directed by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, our three State Parks are open for DAY USE ONLY.
    • Information about social distancing and hygiene will be posted throughout parks to ensure visitor safety. There will be capacity limits. Overnight use and campgrounds remain closed and all events through June 19th have been canceled. Use of exact change is encouraged when paying the day-use fee, to minimize contact with staff.
    • If traveling by air from out of state, a 14-day quarantine must be observed.
    • Gatherings or groups of more than five people remain prohibited.
    • Bars, wineries and breweries may offer curbside service. As of May 27, restaurants with outdoor dining may serve patrons seated outside, with tables spaced 6′ apart. As of June 1, restaurants may seat patrons inside, maximum 50% capacity.
    • Retail businesses may not exceed 25% occupancy. Masks must be worn and COVID-safe cleaning practices are required.
    • Hotels and motels may increase capacity from 25% to 50% on June 1.
    • Staying at home is encouraged. If you are sick, staying home is essential. While out, maintain 6 feet of physical distance from others and wear a mask to cover the nose and mouth. Wash hands frequently.
    • Events that can’t be held virtually are either cancelled or postponed through at least June 19.

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There were more than 8300 confirmed COVID-19 cases in New Mexico as of 6/4. One case was identified in Sierra County on 4/29.

    • As directed by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, our three State Parks are open for DAY USE ONLY.
    • Information about social distancing and hygiene will be posted throughout parks to ensure visitor safety. There will be capacity limits. Overnight use and campgrounds remain closed and all events through June 19th have been canceled. Use of exact change is encouraged when paying the day-use fee, to minimize contact with staff.
    • If traveling by air from out of state, a 14-day quarantine must be observed.
    • Gatherings or groups of more than five people remain prohibited.
    • Bars, wineries and breweries may offer curbside service. As of May 27, restaurants with outdoor dining may serve patrons seated outside, with tables spaced 6′ apart. As of June 1, restaurants may seat patrons inside, maximum 50% capacity.
    • Retail businesses may not exceed 25% occupancy. Masks must be worn and COVID-safe cleaning practices are required.
    • Hotels and motels may increase capacity from 25% to 50% on June 1.
    • Staying at home is encouraged. If you are sick, staying home is essential. While out, maintain 6 feet of physical distance from others and wear a mask to cover the nose and mouth. Wash hands frequently.
    • Events that can’t be held virtually are either cancelled or postponed through at least June 19.

more info

Blackstone Hotsprings Adventures of Superman Suite
Lodging
luxury outdoor bath at Blackstone Hotsprings
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items for sale at Vic's BroadwayNewMexico, downtown Truth or Consequences
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pet-friendly-lodging
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