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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?
An estimated six million pounds of caliche were used in the construction of the Casa Grande. Caliche is a naturally occurring soil consisting of clay, sand and calcium carbonate found in the deserts of the southwest.