• Pipe Spring National Monument

    Pipe Spring

    National Monument Arizona

Grounds

To begin your tour, choose a name from the top of the page or on the list to the left or click on a number on the picture below. The Grounds tour will take between ten and fifteen minutes to complete. Just press the "continue" or "back" arrows at the bottom of each page to navigate between pages. You may also click on the names to the left to go directly to a page.
 
Pipe Spring National Monument visitor center and museumrevegetation panelat home in the desertgardenorchardvineyardwest cabineast cabinlonghornshorsesa tithing ranchwinsor castledugout siteridge trailWhen the Good Grass GoesA Thousand Year of GardensImage Map
 

Did You Know?

James Whitmore, and the Pipe Spring Longhorns of today, Whit and Tess

James Whitmore brought 400 longhorns with him from Texas to Utah in the 1850s. On April 13, 1863, Whitmore received a land certificate for a 160-acre tract, which included Pipe Spring.