More cases of Covid-19 have reached New Mexico, most have been confirmed as travel-related or by association with someone who has traveled into NM. A few cases are now being categorized as community spread.
Given this information, Ghost Ranch will close to the public as we are committed to keeping our staff and larger community safe. We will continue to provide a peace-filled and nurturing space during this uncertain time, fostering well-being and spiritual health through prayer, by providing photos of this historic, inspiring southwest landscape and sharing other experiences electronically. Stay tuned for more details.
We are committed to keeping our staff safe through this unique situation.
Through April 10, to be reassessed as time passes:
- Ghost Ranch is closed to the public including museums, tours, trail rides, hiking, camping and overnight stays.
- No new reservations are being taken at this time, and no walk-in business will be taken starting today.
- It is our hope that things will resume to a normal schedule by June. If you have booked an upcoming workshop with us for April and May, we ask that you consider taking future credit instead of a refund. These funds won’t expire and can transfer to the same offering as it is rebooked later this year or towards another workshop or overnight stay trip in the future. As our way of saying thanks for hanging in there with us, we will send you a Ghost Ranch t-shirt or a coupon for an O’Keeffe Landscape Tour (value $39) upon your next visit to Ghost Ranch as space allows. If you require a refund, we understand.
Our team will be sending individual messages to those who are registered for an April or May offering, including Bluegrass Camp week.
Please continue to visit GhostRanch.org for updates.
TO CONTACT US
Please send your questions to email@example.com. We’ll point you to the team member best equipped to help. Registrar – 505.685.1017; Front Desk – 505.685.1000.
In New Mexico, if you suspect that you have more than the average flu, you are asked to call 855.600.3453 before making your way to your doctor’s office, urgent care or hospital. In all other medical emergencies, call 911. We are actively monitoring the current situation. For immediate updates, we recommend viewing both the CDC and New Mexico DPH websites.