Homolovi II Ancestral Hopi Pueblo Tour

Homolovi State Park

March 10, 2018   10:00am

Homolovi State Park’s main focus is to protect and interpret the archeological and historic resources of the Little Colorado River valley. The main emphasis is on four ancestral Hopi pueblos dating from 1260 to 1400. At this time the two largest sites are open for regular public viewing. Homolovi III and IV are currently closed. The park does conduct special ranger led tours of the Homolovi IV pueblo during fall. The park also educates the public on settlements in the area prior to the pueblos being built (Early 620-890 and Middle 1000-1225). Included in this period are several pit-house clusters, petroglyphs and surface scatters of artifacts. Park staff also introduces visitors to Hopi culture. There are several short trails in the park. The majority of these are short jaunts to an archeological resource. A 53-site campground is available year-round. The tour will be approximately one hour and is ADA-wheelchair accessible and is child friendly.