Basic Information

Pipe Spring National Monument
406 Pipe Springs Road
Fredonia, AZ 86022

Pipe Spring National Monument is located 15 miles west of Fredonia, AZ and 45 miles east of Hurricane, UT. From Interstate 15, turn onto Utah State Route 9 in Hurricane, Utah. Take Utah State Route 59 east out of Hurricane. This road turns into Arizona State Route 389 at the state line. Pipe Spring is 45 miles east of Hurricane. From Utah Highway 89 and 89A, turn onto Arizona State Route 389 in Fredonia, Arizona. Pipe Spring is 15 miles west of Fredonia.

Visitor Center and Museum - Monument Grounds

Visitor Center, Museum, and Monument open 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM 7 days a week with extended hours in summer months. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day.

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Additional Information

Weather is hot in summer and cold in winter. Expect summer highs to be 80-100 degrees Fahrenheit and winter highs to be 30-50 degrees. Early morning and late afternoon can be considerably cooler; dress in layers and bring plenty of sunscreen. Arizona climate is very dry -- bring at least 1 liter of water per person per visit to Pipe Spring.

Entrance Fees:

Pipe Spring Entrance Fee - Per Person - $7.00

Entrance to Pipe Spring is $7 per person for up to 7 days. Children 15 and under are admitted for free.

Pipe Spring Visitor Center and Cultural Museum

The Pipe Spring Visitor Center and Cultural Museum provides access to an information desk, bookstore, and exhibit hall that documents Paiute Indian and Mormon settler life in northern Arizona. Come inside to explore artifacts, watch a 25-minute film, and learn more about the dramatic history of conflict and compromise at Pipe Spring.

 
Winsor castle, a stone fort, stands in front of a lush historic garden.
Attend a tour, hike the trails, or pick fresh vegetables from the garden. NPS photo.
A Story Built in Stone
Beneath the colorful Vermilion Cliffs in northern Arizona, Pipe Spring National Monument preserves the story of human life, settlement, and struggle in the heart of the desert southwest.

For thousands of years, native people, plants and animals have relied on the Pipe Spring for its life-giving water. Beginning in the 1850s, members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints began to settle the area the Kaibab Paiute called home. The new settlers drastically altered the landscape and set the stage for conflict and compromise on the western frontier.


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Last updated: July 17, 2016

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

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

Fredonia, AZ 86022

Phone:

(928) 643-7105

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