This is one of the places that if you didn't do your research you would never know that it is here. There are no signs on the road just one going to Sedona but, if you go in the opposite direction off hwy 17 you will find this secret place. It is part of the NPS and there is some... 更多
It was amazing to see these drawings and to learn their significance. Such a pleasant and peaceful drive into the site. After parking, check in and then a lovely 1/2 mile or so creekside walk along a path. There are a few benches to rest if you need it.
An incredible site that allows you to walk across property that used to be a ranch on to property that exhibits pectoglyphs, thousands and thousands of years old. Knowledgable docents!
Excellent docents and wonderful rock art at the ranch as well as a lot of other things to see.. Highly recommend the site. The calendar with the light daggers is especially interesting. We recommend viewing the Montezuma's Well and Castle sites also for a better idea of what living in the area was like at the time rock art was... 更多
Very interesting petrogylph site relatively close to Sedona. Impressive and lots of information available from the on site folk. This would be a good site to take kids with short attention spans to...as it is contained in one area and they can burn off some energy on the walk over.
This is an easy walk from the parking lot ans very well preserved. There is usually a guide there to point out the calendar for planting the Native American Indians drew and the history of the area.
Short walk to Native American dwellings and petroglyphs. Knowledgable docents. A must see. In very hot weather watch out for snakes. We did not see any.
Perhaps the fault was mine for setting us up for a much larger experience - but this was really only a 30 - 45 minute investment of time, with a limited amount to do at the location. Since it was close to the Village of Oak Creek (where we were staying), and easy to find, the limited nature of this... 更多
We loved this site! The petroglyphs are special and if you ask; the volunteer docent really provides interesting history and meaning of the etchings, a short walk near a creek to get there is also pleasant.
This site is interesting, but not great unless you are into that sort of thing. The guide seemed knowledgeable, but stood off in a corner where only a few people could see what he was talking about.
Great combo of history and culture at a beautiful site. Open Friday - Monday with a visitors center, facilities and a docent there to tell you what you are looking at. Very easy stroll to the petroglyphs and you can stay as long as you like. Site was also used as a cattle ranch for some time as well. Very... 更多
This is a site that is definitely with the drive . We stopped , leaving Sedona on our way to Phoenix . It's a great way to spend an hour , but depends greatly on the docent on duty . We had an incredible person who brought to life the story of the petroglyphs , thier meaning , and how... 更多