Using GPS to find your way to Hovenweep is not recommended. Since Hovenweep has 6 different units with numerous paved and dirt roads intesecting each other, GPS will send visitors to unknown locations other than to the park. Using a map is recommended.
Fire Restrictions Lifted
Contact: Kate Cannon, Superintendent Southeast Utah Group
As of September 13, 2012, all fire restrictions which were enacted on June 12, 2012, under the authority of Title 36 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 1, Section 1.5(a)(1), and pursuant to 36 CFR 2.13(c), for Canyonlands and Arches national parks and Natural Bridges and Hovenweep national monuments are rescinded. Most fire restrictions affecting public lands in Utah have also been lifted. Information on statewide fire restrictions can be found here.
Did You Know?
The name "Anasazi" has long been used for the prehistoric farmers of the Four Corners area. The term now favored is "ancestral Puebloan," indicating that these people were the ancestors of modern-day Puebloans. Many Pueblo people maintain physical and spiritual connections to Hovenweep.