Homolovi State Park

Settled by the Hisat'sinom people in the 14th century, the lush flood plains and sandy banks of Homolovi State Park remain a significant site for the Hopi community of today. View the ruins of Hisat'sinom (known to some as the Anasazi), which still contain traces of that past civilization such as broken pottery, petroglyphs and traditional pit houses.

Then, stop by the gift shop to peruse its collection of books (some rare and unusual) about the natural and cultural history of the area. You'll also find an excellent selection of authentic Hopi and Navajo artwork available to purchase.

Things to Do

Visitors are welcome to visit two of the historic ruin sites, set with interpretive signs and sidewalks for easy walking access. There is also a visitor center, museum, and a year-round campsite with showers. On the various trails throughout the 4,000 acres, you will view archaeological sites, petroglyphs, wildlife and birds that call the area home.

Before you leave, make sure to check out the Sunset Cemetery, the last known remains of the 1876 settlement of Sunset. The small town was abandoned during the 1800s, and the headstones are the last reminder of the brave pioneers who ventured into the barren land centuries ago.

Hotels, Lodging & Camping

For the full Homolovi experience, consider parking your RV or setting up your tent at the campground. For indoor lodging, the park is a short distance from Winslow, Arizona, which offers a range of hotels and places to stay.

Hours & Pricing

Open daily, year-round.

Day Use and Visitor Center: Daily, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

* Please verify hours on the website.


  • Per Vehicle (1 – 4 Adults): $7/day
  • Individual/Bicycle: $3/day

For More Information

Homolovi State Park
HCR 63, Box 5
Winslow, AZ 86047
(928) 289-4106

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