Anasazi Indian Village State Park, Utah

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Anasazi State Park

Anasazi State Park Utah protects the partly-excavated ancient site once inhabited by the Anasazi Indians near Boulder City and includes an on-site museum.

  • Anasazi State Park site was occupied by Anasazi Indians between 1160 and 1234 AD
  • Archeological excavations have revealed 100 buildings and thousands of artifacts, now on display in the on-site museum
  • Located 22 miles northeast of Escalante on Hwy 12 in Boulder City
  • Open year round
  • Entrance fee $5 per person, $10 per family

Overview

The Anasazi Indians had one of their largest communities in this area. The Anasazi State Park was formed to protect this ancient Indian community and their relics. Only a small part of the area, known as Coombs Site, has been excavated.

The ancient Puebloan village was believed to have been occupied by about 200 Anasazi Indians from 1160-1234 AD. Archeological excavations have revealed 100 buildings and thousands of artifacts, now on display in the museum.

Location and Information

Located 22 miles northeast of Escalante on Hwy 12 in Boulder City.

Contact the State Park at 435-335-7308 or visit their website.

Anasazi State Park is open year-round. There is a day use fee of $5. There is a museum, shop, auditorium, picnic area, restrooms and information center. No overnight camping.

Anasazi State Park Museum Hours:

  • Mar 11 to Oct 31 – 8am-6pm. Seven days a week
  • Nov 1 to Mar 10 – 8am-4pm Seven days a week
  • Holiday Closures: Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day

Museum Fees:

  • $5 per person
  • $3 Utah seniors (62 and up)
  • $10 family
  • $75 Annual pass

Fun Facts

Hwy 12 is one of the 10 most scenic roads in America.

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