Homolovi Ruins State Park

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Homolovi Ruins State Park


Location:Just off I-40 outside Winslow.
Facilities:Pueblo ruins, visitor center, bookstore, exhibits; 53 campsites with electric hook-ups, dump station, restrooms, and showers; picnic areas, picnic shelters, trails (é).
Activities:Camping, hiking, picnicking, wildlife viewing, interpretive programs.
Special Features:Park serves as a center of archeological research for the late migration period of the Hopi from the 1200s to the late 1300s and is a sacred place to the Hopi. At the same time, the park provides an opportunity for visitors to visit the sites, which consist of three main pueblo ruins, and to use other park facilities.
Address:HCR 63, Box 5
Winslow, AZ 86047

Phone:928-289-4106
Fax:928-289-2021
Web: www.pr.state.az.us/Parks/parkhtml/homolovi.html
Size: 4,000 acres. Elevation: 4,900 feet.

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Homolovi State Park re-opened thanks to $175,000 from the Hopi Tribe.
You can begin by picking up a map at Homolovi Ruins State Park off I-40 near Winslow.
Somehow he concludes that two closely situated (prehistoric) sites, Homolovi I and II, both accessible on the sandy plains of the Little Colorado, were the two pueblos referred to in the documents.