Homolovi State Park

Eastern Arizona


This 4000-acre high-grassland park protects the artifacts and structures within this sacred Hopi ancestral homeland. Before the area was converted into a park in 1993, bold thieves used backhoes to remove artifacts. Today, short hikes lead to petroglyphs and partly excavated Hopi and Ancestral Puebloan sites. There's a campground with 53 bookable tent and RV sites. You'll find the park 3 miles northeast of Winslow (exit 257, Hwy 87).


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