Visitor Activities

Lizard / USFWS

Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge is not currently open to the public.  Environmental education and interpretation tours and activities can be arranged for participants accompanied by Service staff and/or one of our on-site partners:  Denver Zoo, New Mexico Highlands University, and Pueblo of Pojoaque staff.

In the future, the refuge proposes to provide wildlife-dependent opportunities - including wildlife watching and photography, and hunting.

A 2-mile round trip hiking trail (overlooking the Mora River) is also being proposed to be open during daylight hours. 

To learn more, please contact the refuge.