- This is Arizona's first archaeological state park. It consists of four major pueblo sites, inhabited by the Anasazi peoples between 1200 and 1425 A.D. The ruins are spread throughout the 340-acre park. Special workshops, programs and exhibits on Native American culture and history are regularly scheduled. The complex also has campsites, picnic areas and hiking trails. Guided tours are available by special arrangement. There is no admission fee for day use, although overnight fees do apply for campsites inside the park.
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