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Hovenweep National Monument

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Hovenweep National Monument, Utah

This one’s for the history buffs. Hovenweep was once home to more than 2,500 people, and it’s been occupied since A.D. 900. Nowadays, it’s a place where visitors can come and learn about the unique Read more...
This one’s for the history buffs. Hovenweep was once home to more than 2,500 people, and it’s been occupied since A.D. 900. Nowadays, it’s a place where visitors can come and learn about the unique and fascinating history of the area. Many of the structures are well-preserved, so you can wander and marvel at the construction and the intricate details. There are multi-story towers on canyon rims, and even balanced atop boulders. Hiking is the best way to see all of the archeological sites, and the Visitors Center can help you plan a hike that’s just your style. There are even paved trails that are super easy to navigate. If you want to stay overnight, there’s a small campground that doles out spots on a first-come, first-served basis. So, what are you waiting for? Head on out, grab a campsite, and ponder what life must have been like thousands and thousands of years ago.
Hovenweep Campground
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