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V Bar V Heritage Site

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6750 N Forest Ranger Rd, Rimrock, AZ 86335
+1 928-203-2900
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For those interested in native culture

The V Bar V is very close to Sedona and home to some great panels of largely undisturbed... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
richard c
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tillamook
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a Must See

The site host totally engages the visitors. He is a retired science teacher who has a real knack... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
karenY4051DQ
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Burlington, Vermont
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6750 N Forest Ranger Rd, Rimrock, AZ 86335
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The V Bar V is very close to Sedona and home to some great panels of largely undisturbed pictographs. While most were done by the ancient Sinagua natives some may actually predate them. Jim Wilson one of the staff docents did a great good with...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The site host totally engages the visitors. He is a retired science teacher who has a real knack for making the history interesting. I have taken others with me the last few years and learn new things every time. A hidden gem.

Thank karenY4051DQ
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Outstanding site that has over a thousand petroglyphs carved into a short section of canyon wall. It is open limited hours four days a week so check the website to be sure it is open. A must see site if you like history. There was...More

Thank Chris H
Reviewed 14 October 2017

The V-Bar-V Heritage Site, is site of the largest known petroglyph site in the Verde Valley and one of the best preserved. It consists of 1032 petroglyphs, created by the Sinagua. You can get pretty close to them and there is a ranger there to...More

Thank NJLady561
Reviewed 13 October 2017

What an amazing understated and hidden gem the V-Bar-V ranch petroglyph site is! You can stand just a few feet from over a thousand petroglyphs and benefit from an expert volunteer park ranger who will entertain, interpret and educate you beyond belief. It was astounding...More

Thank northernneckinn
Reviewed 26 September 2017 via mobile

My Husbands Sister was visiting from Virginia. Although she was born and raised here in the Verde valley, she never got to see the V Bar V Heritage site. I am from Massachusetts and this was something special to see.I have lived here for 10...More

Thank ANNE R
Reviewed 14 September 2017

We visited a few sites while we were out west and this is the only one where you stand just a few feet from hundreds of petroglyphs. There was an interpreter who explained the meaning of many of these pictures. I was also surprised to...More

1  Thank HistoryBuff13
Reviewed 9 September 2017

Petroglyphs are usually spread out. The quantity of petroglyphs on this one is enormous. The tour guides are very informative.The astronomical alignments for the Equinox and Solstice was way ahead of their time

Thank skimoose11
Reviewed 6 September 2017

The couple volunteering at this site were exceptionally hospitable and informative! The walk to the petroglyphs was an easy one, albeit hot the day and time we chose to visit. We learned a lot about the tribes that inhabited the area, what the petroglyphs represented...More

1  Thank mhall2554
Reviewed 4 September 2017 via mobile

We didn't quite know what to expect but what we did see was absolutely amazing. Doug the ranger explained that the Petroglyphs are depicting a crop calendar and how two rock cast a shadow to tell the natives when to plant their corn. You are...More

1  Thank JayneKWebber
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itsjen64
8 November 2016|
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Response from Arlon M | Reviewed this property |
The place has pretty short hours to begin with. It was full shade when I visited, it was early afternoon. I'm sure are better times but most of the petroglyphs are pretty clear. There are some older weathered petroglyphs too... More
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Valerie P
16 April 2015|
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Response from LoomisSteve | Reviewed this property |
I don't know off hand, but because it is part of the National Parks, hours should be online. One more thing, several pay and no pay National Parks options, so if you have the National Parks pass it will save you money.
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Robby J
10 March 2015|
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Response from MMGTexas | Reviewed this property |
Just the Red Rock Pass parking fee. Five dollars a day to park at any Red Rock site. You can buy the pass when you get there or at the Rangers Station
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