This modern campground inside the Homolovi Ruins State Park is a delightful respite from the trafficand noise of I-40. With spacious spots, paved roads and pads, and many pull throughs, the largest of rigs can be acccomodated. Tenters are welcome in a seperate area with pads and a conveniently located modern shower house with flush toilets. Very convenient dump station is on your way out. Water and power (30 & 50 amp available) at all sites. The campground is at the first left turn after entering the park. A campground host will assist you with paying the fees and parking if required (seasonal). Call for other information. 928.289.4106. .
Latitude: 35.038992 Longitude: -110.6488037 Elevation: 4908 ft
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Interests and Areas of Expertise
Ron is the Chair of the Arizona Archaeological Society, a group of professional and avocational archaeologists which was founded in 1964. It now has 12 Chapters throughout the state, with over 600 members. Members of the Society have worked in several of the sites nominated as well as in many sites elsewhere in Arizona, and continues to support the land managers with maintenance and preservation crew help when called upon. They are avid travelers throughout the southwest and never miss an opportunity to visit a new site or enjoy a new study opportunity. Many Arizona parks and museums in Arizona take advantage of these volunteers to do docent work as well as other tasks requiring knowledgeable, enthusiastic archaeology advocates.
Number of Camp Sites53
Maximum Campsite Spur Lengthseveral sites have 40
Nightly Fee2011 fees; $20 till April 15; $25 after April 15.
Maximum Length of Stay Allowed2 weeks
Homolovi Ruins State Park is 2 miles north of I-40 on Highway 87. The campground is less than 1 mile inside the park.
Natural desert landscaping has been preserved in the campground and surrounds. Please avoid damage during parking and camping.