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Your reservation fees assist Arizona State Parks & Trails to support all types of guest reservations, trip planning assistance and activities for visitors from across the state and from around the world.
If you must cancel your reservation, please note that the reservation fee is non-refundable.
Additional Vehicle Policies
Save time when you arrive at the park by paying for any additional vehicles with your campsite reservation. See the chart below to check if your vehicles will require additional fees.
If your additional vehicles are staying a different number of nights than your reservation, you may pay for them when you arrive at the park.
Pet Fee Details
Well mannered pets are welcome in Campsites. There is a $5.00 per night fee that covers the limit of two pets per campsite.
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Reserve Your Favorite Campsites!
See All Available Nights
You can now view all available nights, up to a full year ahead, of any campsite that is showing unavailable for your selected dates. Unavailable campsites are shown on the map or list as gray icons.
Show Available Dates
The description window of any unavailable campsite includes a large blue button with "Show Available Dates". Use this button to reveal an interactive calendar that shows every available date for that campsite — allowing you to easily change your dates so you can reserve that favorite campsite.
This will also reset your selected dates so that you can select more than one campsite for the same dates.
If you need assistance making campsite reservations, please give us a call at 1-877-697-2757. We'll be happy to help you plan your next camping trip.
Homolovi State Park Policies
Welcome to Homolovi State Park. The park is located near Winslow, Arizona, 1.4 miles north of I-40, exit #257, SR 87 North.
This high desert grassland on the banks of the Little Colorado River supported thriving Native American communities from AD1260 to 1400. The area continues to be a cultural crossroads. Located about halfway between Flagstaff and the New Mexico border, the park has the only public campground along this stretch of I-40.
Visitor Center, Museum and Gift Shop: open 8 am to 5 pm daily (except Christmas). Ruins of ancestral Hopi villages open 8 am to 5 pm daily (except Christmas). Please stay on roadways and trails during your visit. No off-road vehicle use.
Campground contains 53 well-spaced campsites with water, electricity at 45 sites, 12 sites with tent pads, restroom building with flush toilets and showers, dump station.
Campground Rules & Information
If you have a camping reservation, please have a printout of your confirmation letter and ID with you.
- Check in: 2:00 pm
- Check out: 12:00 pm
- Occupancy: 2 vehicles, 6 adults (14 years and older), maximum of 12 people total.
- Quiet time: 10 pm to 6 am. No generators allowed, at any time.
- No vehicle washing, please. Help conserve water in our desert park.
- CAUTION: Use flashlights at night…snakes love the warm pavement.
- Keep your pet on a 6 ft. leash for their protection. Please clean up after your pet.
Camping - If the reservation is cancelled less than 24 hours in advance one night's fees are forfeited. Campers who do not show up by 12 noon the day following the first night's reservation will forfeit all payments and campsite will become available for first-come, first-served.
Etiquette for your visit to archaeological sites:
- Please stay on trails. Climbing on ruins erodes them and damages valuable data from the past.
- Potsherds and other artifacts are protected by federal law. Leave them for others to enjoy.
- Petroglyphs are fragile. Oil from fingers stains; rubbings abrade them. Just look and wonder.
What to see and do here at the park:
- Take advantage of static and interactive displays in the park museum help you to better understand the pueblo sites.
- View a video presentation of an important artifact that was found here and how it relates to modern Hopi pottery.
- Visit prehistoric villages from 13th and 14th centuries. Homolovi II is wheel-chair accessible.
- Hike the various trails to petroglyphs or viewpoints. Details available at Visitor Center.
- Visit a late-1800s Mormon cemetery. No rubbings, please.
- Enjoy a picnic at one of our ramadas with views that go for miles.
- Watch wildlife along the river or in the grasslands.
For more information:
For more information on our park rules, click here
For all the Agency Rules & Regulations, click here
HCR 63, Box 5
Winslow, AZ 86047
I-40 Exit 257, 1.5 mi. N on Hwy 87