Conflict and Compromise on the Arizona Strip

Beneath vermilion cliffs, American Indians, Mormon ranchers, plants, animals, and many others have depended on the life-giving water found at the desert oasis at Pipe Spring. Learn about settler and Kaibab Paiute life by exploring the museum, historic fort and cabins, garden, and Ridge Trail. Visit with rangers and ranch animals, and attend living history demonstrations and talks.

A sandstone fort, red cliffs and garden plants in front of a baby-blue sky.

A Struggle for Water in the High Desert

Redrock cliffs were once an oasis for American Indians and European settlers. Learn more about the people who call Pipe Spring home.

A Native American ranger leads hikers through a canyon with petroglyphs.

Special Events and Hikes at Pipe Spring

Visiting the national parks of the southwest? Join a guided hike at Pipe Spring to learn the history behind the scenery.

A fishhook cactus blooms with bright pink flowers

Nature and Science on the Arizona Strip

Diverse plants and animals live at Pipe Spring. Discover more about desert ecosystems and current research.

A ranger stands next to two horses and brushes their thick coats

Give Back: Volunteer Opportunities

Ever wanted to work on a ranch in the wild west? Find out more about volunteer opportunities.

A young girl stands in front of a fort wearing dozens of Junior Ranger badges.

You Didn't Learn about This in School

Interested in becoming a Pipe Spring Junior Ranger? Discover the history of Kaibab Paiute and western settlers.

Last updated: September 21, 2021

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Pipe Spring National Monument
HC 65 Box 5
406 Pipe Springs Road

Fredonia, AZ 86022


(928) 643-7105

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