1972: National Monument
About the SiteLocated about 30 minutes south of Phoenix, Arizona, this site preserves the archaelogical remains of a Hohokam village that existed from 300 to 1100 A.D. "Hohokam" is a Pima Indian word meaning "those who have gone."
What You're Going to SeeNothing. This site is currently closed to the public.
Personal ObservationsI'll give you some as soon as the Monument is opened to the public and I figure out where it is! Well, I kinda know where it is, but it's still closed. It was partially excavated years ago, then it was decided to cover it up for future generations to examine. So all you'll see, apparently, is level ground.
Getting ThereSorry. On private Reservation land, not open to the public, no directions.
Nearby AttractionsAbout 60 miles to the north is Agua Fria National Monument. About 60 miles northeast is Tonto National Monument. 30 miles due east is Casa Grande Ruins National Monument. About 40 miles to the south is Ironwood Forest National Monument, and 30 miles beyond that is Saguaro National Park. About 20 miles to the southwest is Sonoran Desert National Monument. About 75 miles to the southwest is Organ Pipe National Monument.