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 the 25 minute Pipe Spring movie, wandering the grounds, and walking the trail.
If you have only an hour - Join a ranger for a guided tour of historic Winsor Castle on the hour. 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 guided tour of historic Winsor Castle on the hour. Wander the grounds and visit the other historic buildings. Check out the visitor center, 25-minute Pipe Spring movie, 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.
Enjoy the 25-minute Pipe Spring National Monument 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: May 22, 2019