Ruin sights in Arizona
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Thousand-year-old Sinagua cliff dwellings and rock art are good-enough reasons to brave the 9-mile dirt road leading to this enchantingly located archaeological site on the edge of the wilderness. There's a small visitor center and two easy trails suitable for strollers but not for wheelchairs. With only limited parking, reservations are required. No pets. True ruin groupies should ask here about exploring the Honanki Ruins, a further 3 miles north.
To get to the site, follow Hwy 89A west of the Y for about 10 miles, then hook a right on FR 525 (Red Canyon Rd, a dirt road) and follow it 8 miles north to the parking lot.