From hunter-gatherers to farmers, herders, ranchers, and caretakers, many people have called Wupatki home.
Remnants of their lives are preserved here through the efforts of the National Park Service, the US Forest Service, and others. The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) was responsible for early preservation efforts and development of many of the buildings and trails we use today.
Did You Know?
The very first rangers assigned to oversee Wupatki National Monument in the 1930s lived in 2 modified rooms in Wupatki Pueblo itself.