Park is Inaccessible
The lands are owned by the Gila River Indian Community as are the lands surrounding the area. Attempting to go to the site is trespassing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I Visit this Monument?
No. The site is on private land and access to it requires traveling over other private land. Any visitors to the area will be considered trespassers.
What about a park brochure?
There is no park brochure, map, guide, or publication of any type.
Why is there no Cancellation Stamp for my passport book? Why is it listed in the passport book?
The passport book is not an official National Park Service publication. Contents of the book are assembled with the cooperation of the parks but the ultimate layout, design, and content is done by the publisher. There is not, has never been, and likely will not be a cancellation stamp for Hohokam Pima National Monument.