The self-guided trail meanders over the area where the people of this village lived and worked over 700 years ago. Illustrated signs and a concept model of the pueblo offer visitors a glimpse into the lives of the Ancestral Pueblo people and their "village." The main living site is now covered and mostly protected with soil and plants--forming a distinctive mound. Today you will see evidence of small animal burrows on your way up the mound. The walking trail continues through a community of pinon and juniper trees, other native plants and along the arroyo.
The Museum is located at the top of the trail and is open by appointment and seasonal hours (May through December).
The garden is planted and maintained by volunteers annually.
Open to visitors every day without charge (sunrise to sunset)
Restrooms are located near the visitor parking lot and in the Museum (when open).
Dogs are permitted on the trail if leashed and well-behaved. Dog waste-disposal bags and container are to be found at the trailhead.