Anasazi State Park
Fast Fact: Ancestral Puebloans are the ancient people and culture sometimes referred to as Anasazi. That’s a Navajo word meaning “enemies of our ancestors,” so, for obvious reasons, contemporary Puebloans don’t prefer it.
This park shelters the ruins of an ancient Native American village, one of the largest Ancestral Puebloan communities found west of the Colorado River. Known as the Coombs Site, it is believed to have been occupied from 1160 to 1235 CE and may have housed as many as 200 people. Read more...
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Anasazi State Park Museum offers a museum store, auditorium, outdoor picnic areas, and an information center with maps and other information about the area, including Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. There are no overnight facilities at the museum, but camping and lodging are available nearby.
A museum displaying ancient Anasazi artifacts, ruined walls, and other structures from an ancient Native American village.
In the town of Boulder, near Capitol Reef National Park. Approximately 248 miles south of Salt Lake City.
Anasazi State Park Museum
460 North Highway 12
Boulder, UT 84716
March 1 through October 31 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (open 7 days a week)
November 1 through March 1 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (closed Sundays)
Holiday Closures: Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day
$5 per individual, $3 per seniors (62+) or $10 per family
View historic and prehistoric exhibits
Hike short interpretive trails
Outdoor picnic area