Very nice really hot though today.. we were here in 2011 and really enjoyed it very quiet. Quick check in
About Homolovi State Park
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This state park is a nice place to take in some easy hiking. The ruins are not Mesa Verde or Chaco Canyon, but still very interesting.
The campground was really nice and the walks around the ruins and excavation sites was interesting and a great way to stretch our legs after an afternoon in the car.
We prefer to stay in State, City, County parks vs the 'RV pack parks'. The $24 fee (I think) with W/E/Dump is fine. pull-through site was mostly level, had enough room for the L side slide without being right on the road (water & ele...More
In this state park you find two different ruins sites, rv/ camping site, old mormon cemetary and visitors center. Entrace was 7$/car. Good peak to old culture.
Even though this place has been around for more than 20 years, there really isn't that much to see here. What there is to see has been presented beautifully, with paved and wheelchair accessible paths, great signage, shaded ramadas and benches along the way, but...More
Stop here if you're looking for a special peace and quiet. We picked up a map at the visitor's center and drove to explore both Homolovi I and II. We enjoyed a couple of the short hikes. The pic of the petroglyph was taken on...More
The Homolovi Ruins State Park is just outside of Winslow, AR and well worth a visit. I drove out to the ruins and walked on the sidewalks and photographed as much as I could. It was very peaceful (and windy). I also took the opportunity...More