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Pipe Spring National Monument, Fredonia

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  • Pipe springs is a very nice little stop off. If you have a few minutes and need to stretch out your legs this is a great spot. Lots of shade, places to sit and a pond with ducks. Interesting history a...  more »
  • Pipe Spring is in the high desert between the Grand Canyon and the Vermillion Cliffs, of Northern Arizona. Visit to learn about the Ancestral Puebloans.Paiutes,Missionaries and Explorers plus the Morm...  more »
  • We arrived at the monument just in time to take the tour of the fort. Ranger Julie was a great guide...she taught us a lot about the history of the area, but kept it fun and interesting, even for my t...  more »
  • The National Park Service does an excellent job giving tours here. They explain not just the history of Pipe Springs but delve into the co-existence of the three groups that relied on the springs. The Paiute Indians, the Mormon settlers and the US Government. Ranger Kait, our guide, was incredibly knowledgeable in all aspects of life in this remote location. She explained the political and religious ramifications for the Native Americans and the Mormons. The tour is given at the top of the hour and if you have extra time, there is a great 20 minute film to watch as well as the artifacts in the visitors center. Take the time to walk the Ridge Trail behind the museum. The views are spectacular.
  • You'll have tours ever half hour that will explain everything you'd like to know about the land and its inhabitants. Nice stop to make if you're driving through the area and want another stamp.
  • The people who were there were knowledgeable​ about the history and very proud of the history of the place. They were helpful and lots of during the tour.
  • An out of the park that tells the story of the merman settlers and their families. The rangers are very nice and its worth a stop if passing by. We were going to skip this park on the way to the north rim of the grand canyon but were happy we didn't
  • Pretty cool to see all the history. The staff was friendly and the experience was well worth the time.