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Wupatki Visitor Center exterior front entrance
The Wupatki Visitor Center front entrance is wheelchair accessible with automatic button doors.

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Visitor Center

The visitor center is open daily from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.MST with the exception of December, 25 and Janurary 1st. It is located near milepost 21 on the scenic loop road (USFR 545).

The visitor center serves as the starting point for all ranger-guided activities in the monument. Explore exhibits, learn about Native American culture and history, and pick up Junior Ranger activities here. This is also the entry point for Wupatki Pueblo Trail.

To contact the visitor center, call 928-679-2365.

 

Pueblos

Pueblos at Wupatki are prehistoric villages that were occupied 900 years ago. Though their remains stand as silent sentinels today, they were once homes that echoed with activity, voices, life, and laughter. In parts of the Southwest, some Native American people continue to live in stone pueblos today.

All trails are open from sunrise to sunset to self-guided visitation. Please stay on designated trails—the Wupatki backcountry is closed to protect fragile archeological sites. Pets are not permitted on any park trails.

Thank you for helping us protect the park by staying on designated trails, following Leave No Trace principles and, following park regulations.

 
A partial three story sandstone structure with a surrounding trail and wide open landscape.

Wupatki Pueblo

The Wupatki Pueblo is the largest free standing pueblo in Northern AZ.

A three story rectangular tower structure made out of sandstone on top of a large rock outcrop.

Wukoki Pueblo

The Wukoki Pueblo is a three story tower atop a large sandstone outcrop. This trail offers incredible views of the San Fracisco Peaks.

 
Citadel and Nalakihu Pueblo Trail

Citadel and Nalakihu Pueblos

This trail is accessible up to the base of the cinder hill.

A partial two story stone structure with snow capped mountains in the background.

Lomaki and Box Canyon Pueblos

The Lomaki Pueblo trail showcases three different pueblo structures made out of local limestone and sandstone.

 

Places Nearby

 
View of The Doney Picnic area and trail from above with other cinder cones in the background.

Doney Mountain

The Doney Mountain Picnic area and trail is located in the Coconino National Forest, five miles from the Wupatki visitor center.

A large cinder hill volcano with a crater on the top and pine trees in front.

Sunset Crater Volcano

Located 20 miles from Wupatki, Sunset Crater Volcano is the youngest, and largest, cinder cone in the San Francisco Volcanic Field.

Last updated: September 13, 2020

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Mailing Address:

6400 U.S. 89
Flagstaff, AZ 86004

Phone:

9286792365 or 9288561705

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