Homolovi State Park now serves as a center of research for the late migration period of the Hopi from the 1200s to the late 1300s. While archaeologists study the sites and confer with the Hopi to unravel the history of Homolovi, Arizona State Parks provides the opportunity for visitors to visit the sites and use park facilities including a visitor center and museum, various trails and a campground. Several covered picnic tables are located throughout the park. Pullouts provide the opportunity to observe wildlife in this park of over 4,000 acres at an elevation of 4,900 feet.
“Homolovi” is Hopi for “Place of the Little Hills” — the traditional name for Winslow, Arizona.
Although the park protects Hopi lands and cultural artifacts, the park also contains a small cemetery from a group of 19th century settlers who founded the city of Sunset. Sunset Cemetery stands as a mute testimony to the undaunted spirit of the brave pioneers who forged a living from this once desolate and forbidding land. Learn more about the cemetery in the Feature Story.
Seasons Open: Year Round
Membership: No Information Available.
Creatid Cards Accepted:
Big Rigs Welcome
Grill at Site
Over 35 Ft
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