Reviews for Homolovi Ruins State Park

| I'd stay again!

By user-5873127... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2016-11-25 to 2016-11-29

I really liked this place, even though the wind shook the trailer so much that I thought my chicken stock would splash out of the pot! Of course, it's not always so windy! In fact, it was SO windy, I stayed an extra two days as opposed to trying to keep the trailer on the highway! The pueblo ruins are well worth the time, and there are day trips to make. In the winter, the water at the campsites is turned off, but you can fill your tank at the campground entrance. The nighttime sky is wonderful.

| What a great location

By user-5274543... on 2017-10-23.

High desert camping. Nice campground with good bathhouse. Can be windy and no wind breaks. A few short tree at almost each campsite (planted as nothing much above knee high grows around here). Nice trails. OK visitor center and a few archaeological sites (not much to look at but good area history). Just a mile from I-40 so will be on my list of stopping locations when passing this area in the future.

| Hidden gem

By user-5838712... on 2017-10-23.

Wide level spots, clean restrooms and showers. Several pull through spots. Not a lot of shade yet as trees are still small but quiet and peaceful.

| Awesome desert camping.

By user-5834250... on 2017-10-23.

Very nice spot. Spacious sites, reasonably priced. Well worth the stop.

| Wonderful

By user-4755898... on 2018-05-17. Stayed 2018-05-01 to 2018-05-02

We had a great stay. It's beautiful out there. The showers not so much tho. But still. Would go here again.

| Perfect stopover

By user-5897348... on 2018-07-06. Stayed 2018-06-15 to 2018-06-16

Quiet, dark, long and wide sites, well maintained.

| Nice desert campground

By user-5861197... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-10-28 to 2018-10-30

No tall trees here. Some wind but not bad. Water and electric and a good dump station. Very cool to be in a park with ruins that you can just walk around in. Visitor Center had helpful staff who recommended ruins to visit. Once they learned we were going to Second Mesa for the Hopi Cultural Center the next day, they told us where to find a great view of the Little Painted Desert. Beautiful.

| Beautiful desert space

By user-6731454... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-02-21 to 2019-02-23

Sites are large and far apart, we were stuck here during winter storm, staff very nice.

| Nice

By user-6038578... on 2019-08-09.

The kids enjoyed exploring the ruins, nice sized site and good views. Easy check in.

| Wide open views

By user-4632503... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-07-23 to 2019-07-24

Stayed here one night in a 25 foot TT, wide level gravel space, water 30 amp. Longer pull thrus had 50 amp. Close to I-40 and trains, I couldn t hear them. Some trails to hike on, but we did not go see the ruins. Website says if you book online or call there is a $5 fee; we had checked availability the day before and knew there were plenty of spots, so just drove in. As a previous reviewer noted, the roads are in need of repair...some of the cracks are paved over but more needs to be done. We just drove slowly.