Chaco Culture National Historical Park
Chaco Culture National Historical Park preserves
one of America's most significant cultural and historic areas. Chaco
Canyon was a major center of Puebloan culture between AD 850 and 1250.
The Chacoan sites are part of the sacred homeland of Pueblo Indian
peoples of New Mexico, the Hopi Indians of Arizona, and the Navajo
Indians of the Southwest, all of whom continue to respect and honor
them. Chaco Culture National Historical Park is a very special place.
Remote and isolated, it offers few amenities, so come prepared. You
will find that the rewards are unlimited.
An example of the unique stone masonry of Chaco
Pueblo Del Arroyo
$8 good for 7 days
$4 good for 7 days
Bus - large 26+ seats $100
These fees apply to commercial tour buses. NOTE: Group size is determined by vehicle seating capacity not the actual number of passengers.
$10.00 per day -- First come first served.
Two group campsites (10 to 30 people in each). Call for reservations.
$2.00 per person, per night, with a minimum fee of $25.00 per site. Campers with Golden Age or Golden Access cards pay $1.00 per person, per day.