This is one of those strange places in the national park system that don't seem to belong. As other reviewers have said, it's a nice bit of history but part of the national park system? That being said the rangers(why they needed more than one is beyond me) were very nice and offered helpful tips about nearby NPS properties. I understand they have an art gallery that was between exhibits and have many cultural events and concerts on their property. We looked at the exhibits, watched the film and walked to the edge of the park to get a picture of Mexico sign in the background. Plan on spending no more than 30 minutes here. We actively search out NPS properties on our travels and got our national park passports stamped so we were happy campers. ( Sure, everyone as Yellowstone and Yosemite in their passports but how many have Chamizal?) ;)
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