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Pipe Spring National Monument, Fredonia

(4.5/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • This is something you don't see every day, a tithing ranch. It was owned by the Mormans to receive animals in lieu of cash when the devout gave a tenth of what they owned. I did not get to see what ap...  more »
  • Visited this National Monument while in Vegas. It is managed by the National Park Service and is very enlightening. I believe they stated Brigham Young helped build this desert sanctuary for the early...  more »
  • We stopped by this place on the way back to Vegas. It has a lot of historical information regarding the early native Culture.  more »
  • Travel back in time... You're on the road between lake Powell and Bryce or Zion, so enjoy this little piece of history and take a break on your trip. The park is just off the road and you will discover how the original settlers in the area lived. How they had to wait for weeks for mail. I particularly enjoyed the guided visit of the fort showing different rooms with different themes. If you like history, you have to make a stop here.
  • A great place to pull off the road and experience a piece of history. They offer guided tours and have living history demonstrations during the summer, there is something for everyone here. Also check out the gift store, they have a great selection of Native American crafts for sale.
  • I really enjoyed my visit here to Pipe Stream. I was able to talk quite awhile to the rangers who were very informative. I learned a lot about the history of the area of which I knew very little. I would definitely recommend a stop here from anyone who is in the area and would like to learn some important history.
  • Not what I was expecting at all. I assumed that the Pipe Spring was some kind of rock formation, wasn't even thinking that it was an actual spring! The tour guide was awesome. If you get there when they are offering a tour definitely do it, very informative and interesting. The museum is also very well done. However, the best part to me was the short hiking trail. It takes you to incredible views, you can see for miles in all directions. Lots of placards along the way describing the plants and some other info.
  • Very interesting visit. Narrations from Rangers were very informative and interesting about how the Mormans, Native Americans and US government attempted to coexist. Very nice gift shop. Well worth the time to visit if you are between St.George and Kanab.