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There were more than 42,500 confirmed COVID-19 cases in New Mexico as of 10/26. Sierra County’s case count is currently 104, with 33 people fully recovered. One person has died.

  • As directed by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, our three State Parks are open to New Mexico residents only. This includes overnight camping. Camping reservations must be made online.
  • Information about social distancing and hygiene is posted throughout parks to ensure visitor safety. There are capacity limits. Use of exact change is encouraged when paying the day-use fee, to minimize contact with staff.
  • Anyone traveling in from out of state must observe a 14-day quarantine.
  • Gatherings and groups are prohibited.
  • All businesses must close by 10pm.
  • Restaurants may seat patrons outdoors, maximum 75% capacity, with tables spaced 6′ apart, maximum 6 people per table. Indoor seating is allowed at maximum 25% capacity. Indoor diners must sign a log in case contract tracing becomes necessary.
  • Breweries may serve patrons outdoors at max 75% occupancy. Indoor seating is allowed at maximum 25% capacity.
  • Retail businesses may not exceed 25% occupancy and are expected to meet State guidelines regarding mask-wearing, social distancing and cleaning practices.
  • Hotels and motels are allowed to book at 25% capacity, or at 60% if they are a New Mexico certified safe business.
  • The core directive underlying all prior public health initiatives remains intact; all New Mexicans should be staying in their homes for all but the most essential activities and services. If you need to shop, shop alone, do not bring the family.
  • 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 your hands frequently.

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Sierra County New Mexico / USA

We are located in southern New Mexico. Nearest airports are El Paso TX and Albuquerque NM

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boating on Elephant Butte Lake
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hike Turtle Mountain
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hiking path at Elephant Butte Lake, New Mexico
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