Travel back in time
Pipe Spring National Monument preserves the history of human settlement on the Arizona Strip. For centuries, the life-giving water here has provided an oasis for Ancestral Puebloans, Kaibab Paiute Indians, and Mormon ranchers. Spend a few minutes or a few hours exploring the past at the heart of one of the most beautiful landscapes in the United States.
If you have less than an hour - Check out the visitor center and museum. Choose between a 25 minute Winsor Castle tour, wandering the grounds, and walking the trail.
If you have only an hour - Join a ranger for a 25 minute guided tour of historic Winsor Castle. Check out the the visitor center and museum. Wander the grounds to visit the other historic buildings or walk the 1/2 mile trail.
If you have more than an hour - Join a ranger for a 25 minute guided tour of historic Winsor Castle. Wander the grounds and visit the other historic buildings. Check out the visitor center and museum. Attend any of the scheduled demonstrations and talks. Walk the 1/2 mile trail and enjoy the park's wild and domestic animals.
Pipe Spring National Monument has a new film! This video talks about the history and culture of the people who have utilized Pipe Spring: The Ancestral Puebloans, Kaibab Paiute, and the Mormon Pioneers.
Click here to view the web version of the film
Last updated: September 14, 2015