The New Mexico National Parks Map
prominently marks the several national parks of the state. Bandelier National Monument, Chaco Culture National Historical Park, Capulin Volcano National Monument,
El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Santa Fe National Historic Trail, Petroglyph National Monument, El Morro National Monument, Old Spanish National Historic Trail, White Sands National Monument, Fort Union National Monument, Pecos National Historical Park and Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument are some of the prominent national parks of the State of New Mexico. The Aztec Ruins National Monument reflects the architectural creativity of the Pueblo people of the northwestern part of New Mexico. The Fort Union National Monument is another tourist attraction of New Mexico which was founded in the year of 1851. The Old Spanish National Historic Trail offers the tourists with a wonderful opportunity to explore the rich cultural heritage and traditional legacy of the state. Situated in the middle of the Tularosa Basin, the White Sands National Monument is spread over total area of 275 square miles and is the biggest gypsum field of the world.