Nearby State Parks
Visit nearby Arizona State Parks.
Riordan Mansion State Historic Park
Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area
Lyman Lake State Park
Red Rock State Park
The following links are provided as a convenience only; they are not a recommendation of any product, service, or organization. Read our External Link Disclaimer for more information. Arizona State Parks maintains this list at its own discretion. Links will open in a new window and leave the Arizona State Parks website.
Little Painted Desert County Park
This small overlook has a view of the painted desert. This is especially nice early in the morning and in the late afternoon, when slanting light enhances the colors and shadows reveal details of the geology. Head north of the park.
The Hopi Mesas are located approximately 65 miles north of Homolovi State Park. Homolovi is the “Ancient Gateway to Hopi” and park staff will be glad to help you plan your visit to the mesas.
La Posada Hotel
Located in Winslow, the La Posada was built in 1929 as one of the grand railroad hotels. It has extensive gardens, historic rooms and fine dining (although many diners are wearing jeans and T-shirts!). The railroad crossed the Little Colorado at this point for the same reason that the prehistoric trails used this ford — rock layers close to the surface of the river bed prevented the development of quicksand.
Old Trails Museum
The Winslow Historical Society operates this excellent community museum. It illustrated the ranching, railroad, and Native American history of the community. Call (928) 289-5861 for more information.
"Standin’ on the Corner" Park
Located in Winslow, this park celebrates the song "Take It Easy". Written by Glenn Frey and Jackson Browne, "Take It Easy" became The Eagles first hit single in the 1970s, and created interest in Winslow.
Winslow's Remembrance Garden 9/11 Memorial
Located on the corner of East 3rd Street and Transcon Lane (from I-40, take exit 255).
First Street Pathway
A six block long strip park and walkway connecting the historic La Posada and the old Hubbel Trading Post. The park illustrates the diverse culture of Winslow.
Petrified Forest National Park
With one of the world's largest and most colorful concentrations of petrified wood, multi-hued badlands of the Painted Desert, historic structures, archeological sites, and displays of 225 million year old fossils, this is a surprising land of scenic wonders and fascinating science.
Near Winslow, Arizona. Experience the impact! The best preserved meteor impact site on earth. Complete with museum, theater, gift shop and country store.
A small reservoir lake located southeast of Winslow. This lake is stocked with trout. A canoe or raft can be paddled upstream for viewing of petroglyphs.
Rock Art Canyon Ranch
Located on a private ranch between Winslow and Holbrook, the Chevelon Steps are known for their excellent display of petroglyphs. The rancher will take visitors to the site, where he has installed a platform overlooking the canyon and he has improved the steps cut into the side of the canyon. This is a somewhat strenuous, although short, climb. Members of your group not wishing to make this climb can enjoy the shaded view from the platform. There is a fee to visit this site. Contact the park for contact information, (928) 288-3260,
Winslow Chamber of Commerce
Winslow today is timeless … very much in touch with its past, in tune with the present, and right on target for its future. Due to its location and the influence of the railroad industry, Winslow is a combination of cultures: European, Native American, Hispanic, Asian, Black, and Anglo American … all blended together to share a strong sense of community pride. Learn more about Winslow at the official Chamber site.
Homolovi Research and Computer Mapping
Learn more about archeological research and computer mapping at Homolovi.
Homolovi Chapter of the Arizona Archaeological Society
Visitors are welcome to the group's meetings on the third Thursday of most months. A guest speaker is usually present.
Center for Desert Archaeology
The Center for Desert Archaeology, a private nonprofit organization, promotes the stewardship of southwestern archaeology and historic resources in the American Southwest and Mexican Northwest through active research, preservation, and public education. The Homolovi waking tour podcast is hosted on their website.
- Alamo Lake
- Buckskin Mountain
- Cattail Cove
- Lake Havasu
- River Island
- Yuma Quartermaster Depot
- Yuma Territorial Prison
- Dead Horse Ranch
- Fort Verde
- Red Rock
- Riordan Mansion
- Slide Rock
- Verde River Greenway
- Boyce Thompson Arboretum
- Fool Hollow Lake
- Lost Dutchman
- Lyman Lake
- Tonto Natural Bridge