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Los Lunas Open Space Special Use Form

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Please Note. You shall recieve notification of your form within 48 hours of submittal. This form is only valid after you have been contacted by the Recreation Supervisor. Organization shall be liable for all deposit and usage fees required. For more information call 352-7728.










Rules and regulations are in place for the protection of wildlife, the natural environment and all users of open space. Rules and regulations may vary depending on the open space property. Please check all rules and regulations posted on the kiosk at the entrance, parking areas or trailheads.

Please read each of the following rules and regulations.
Open space is open from sunrise to sunset, unattended vehicles left after dark will be ticketed or towed at the owners cost.

Vehicles must be parked in designated parking areas only (trailheads). Only cars with a disabled license plate or placard may park in the disabled parking spaces.

Unauthorized motorized vehicles are not permitted beyond parking lots. This includes cars, trucks, motorcycles, minibikes, snowmobiles, four-wheel drives, or any other motorized recreational vehicle.

Except for emergency landings, landing and taking off with any motorized aircraft is prohibited on open space property. This includes airplanes, helicopters, ultralights, gliders, sailplanes and hot air balloons

Camping is prohibited in all parks and open space.

Dogs are permitted on trails. All pets must be on a leash and under the physical control of its owner or guardian at all times. Any owner/guardian accompanying a dog in an off-leash area must have the ability to restrain his or her dog. Please remember to pick up, carry out and properly dispose of all dog excrement.

Horses are permitted on open space lands, however, they must be under physical control. Equestrians are strongly encouraged to stay on designated trails. They must be on a lead and may not be tied and left unattended. All trail users must yield to equestrians.

Do not feed, disturb, molest, or kill wildlife. Hunting and trapping are not allowed. Relocating or releasing animals onto open space properties is not allowed.

Discharging of firearms, crossbows, fireworks, explosives or projectile weapons of any kind are not permitted. This includes paintball, BB, pellet, air, paintball, and blow guns; rockets, crossbows, longbows and slingshots.

Do not collect, remove, destroy or deface any natural or manmade object within any park or open space area including trees, down timber, branches, shrubbery, plants, flowers, fences, signs, kiosks, restrooms, cultural resources or shelters.

All Los Lunas Open Space Parks are alcohol and tobacco free.

Do not install or replace rock bolts, plant trees or other landscaping, or construct trails or other structures in the parks.

Glass containers and bottles are not permitted.

Do not build ground fires or collect firewood on open space. Fires are only permitted in grills and fireplaces provided at picnic shelters and picnic areas.

Obey all fishing regulations at the specific open space property. A valid New Mexico license is required for all persons 12 years of age or older whenever fishing in ponds, lakes, creeks and rivers.

Group-use permits are required for all groups larger than 25 people. Commercial use of open space is not allowed.

It is prohibited to deposit any object or dispose of trash, garbage or hazardous material, or clean vehicles or livestock trailers on any open space property. Leaving objects on open space lands for the purposes of geocaching is unlawful unless the person placing or searching for the cache complies with all Rules and Regulations and the person placing the cache registers it with the Department.

Posting advertisements or brochures on open space, in the parking lot or on vehicles is not permitted.

Other prohibited activities include: polluting land, water or air; golfing, hangliding, paragliding, parapenting, parachuting, parasailing, remote-controlled land, water or air devices, mountain skateboards, ski bikes, off-road roller blades and similar devices.

Climbing is an inherently dangerous activity. Climbing is at your own risk. The Village of Los Lunas does not install, inspect, nor maintain fixed protection devices. Your safety is your own responsibility.


 
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