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Pipe Spring National Monument

8 locals recommend

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April
April
September 19, 2018
Wonderful historic sight with great history and a unique Indian Reservation that shares with white Mormon families and the National Park system.
Becky
Becky
July 07, 2018
Wonderful museum, come learn about the history of our area.
Greg And Jodi
Greg And Jodi
May 25, 2018
This gives a glimpse of early pioneer life. A bit out of the way and less crowded.
Laura
Laura
May 01, 2017
The National Park Service does an excellent job giving tours here. They explain not just the history of Pipe Springs but delve into the co-existence of the three groups that relied on the springs. The Paiute Indians, the Mormon settlers and the US Government. Ranger Kait, our guide, was incredibly…
Lydia
Lydia
May 26, 2016
Old pioneer fort. No entrance fee.

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Location
406 North Pipe Spring Road
Fredonia, AZ 86022
Phone+1 928-643-7105
Websitenps.gov
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 8:30 AM