Visitor Center Rennovations
April, May, & June 2014 are scheduled for major electrical and heating/cooling system rennovation. The Visitor Center will be closed but restrooms, movie auditorium, historic ruins area, and picnic area will remain open (no fees during rennovation).
Other National Park Service Areas
There is NO Hohokam Pima National Monument site to visit. It may be administratively designated, but there are no signs, facilities, roads, cancellation stamps, brochures, features, displays, or other markers in place. The grounds are on American Indian lands and not open for casual visits.
Please use the "Find a National Park" link on the left of the page to search for other National Park areas in Arizona. There are PDF brochures of Arizona National Park Areas and Arizona Archeology Sites posted in our brochures section.
Things to See and Do in Nearby Towns
Hohokam Culture Sites
Arizona State Parks
Did You Know?
The ancient Sonoran Desert people made shell jewelry bracelets, rings, necklaces and pendants. Some of the jewelry was inlaid with turquoise, others had designs etched into the surface. The shells were acquired from as far away as the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California.