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The site here and the National Park facilities around it are somewhat small, so I would recommend this for quick excursions--or an interesting detour on a trip between Phoenix and Tucson. You would have to be an avid reader of museum displays and good at...More
It’s been more than 30 years since I last visited this site and we had relatives in town so it was time to visit the ruins. This is generally a quiet place (unless a school bus full of kids has arrived). It’s an easy drive,...More
My girlfriend and I visited here and were able to bring our puppy, so it is dog friendly except inside the interruptive center. This was an interesting structure to see, but to be honest, there’s not a whole lot to see outside. However, our puppy...More
I love National Monuments and Parks and had high hopes for this one. Sadly, it disappointed. It's $10 to get in and that gets you access to their visitor center which has a movie on a loop and some artifacts then to the ruins themselves....More
We live in Phoenix, and decided to check this place out. It is only about 45 minutes from our house in Goodyear Arizona. There was a nice visitor center that explains what you are about to see. I would checkout the movie that plays. I...More
It was an excellent place to have lunch and learn some history. You can rent a kitchen area. There is a 10 dollar fee to get into the fenced area where the ruin actually is, but it can be seen from the parking lot.
The Visitors Center was very good and had some excellent displays. We then walked out amongst the ruins and could get u,,beside the multi story ruin. There were excellent story boards explaining the ruins and life of the ancient peoples.
We always check if there are any National Park Service sites when we travel and this one did not disappoint! It was worth the drive and easy to find. The admission was $10 per person which seems a little high but we had the NPS...More