This is an ancient sacred site to the Hopi. If you seek out quiet places for reflection, then this is worth visiting. There are many pottery sherds strewn about, and you can pick them up and examine them as long as you put them back where you found them. Imagine life along the Little Colorado River 500-1000 years ago. There... 更多
The park was everything as stated on the website. Very enjoyable and a nice activity while in the Winslow area. Park Ranger was very nice and informative.
Never made it to the ruins because we were only there a couple days and went other places. Water and electric hookups, but water lines were being repaired while we were there, so we filled our tank at the dump station, which had potable water. Restrooms and showers were very nice. There are very few trees and they are small;... 更多
Got our visit in between rainstorms so we were the only visitors at Homolovi II. It is a sacred place for sure. ADA accessible with concrete walkways. Great for unsteady seniors too. Not a huge display of ruins since most are unexcavated but from the mounds your mind can tell the story. Lady Hopi ranger was very helpful and clearly... 更多
The Homolovi Ruins State Park is close to Winslow AZ. It is just off I-40. A quick drive around will give you a feeling for the crumbled ruins and a little taste of Native American history. While this site is interesting, there are other larger and more well preserved ruins are located in AZ and NM that should be visited... 更多
Not a lot to see but the history of the Hopi Indians is interesting. The word Homolovi means "place of the little hills". Lots of ancient pottery pieces to see. This wasn't our favorite Arizona ruins to visit but it was full of history.
Homolovi is the low-key site of Anasazi ruins and pottery shards. I viewed two of the ruins: a small house made of adobe bricks and a kiva, an underground chamber used for religious rites. The pottery shards are grouped on stones. You can actually touch them but are requested not to take them out of the park. You can visit... 更多
Not that much to see. But as you walk, there are many small pieces of old pottery on the ground, which you're encouraged to locate and touch, but not remove.
So great to be able to walk around and view the petroglyphs are your own. Also, to walk among the ruins and just picture in your mind the early Americans living there.
We stayed here for one night. The campground is clean and well-maintained. The sunset was stunning. It was peaceful and quiet. You can see the San Francisco Peaks from the campground. The next morning it got so windy it almost blew our tent over, so be prepared if traveling in the spring. The ruins are interesting, although unexcavated. I enjoyed... 更多