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Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

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It was very impressive. The staff there knows a lot of details. Will return when it is not so... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2012
Linda K
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San Diego, California
Wonderful Window into Prehistory!

This is a very neat stop if you are in the area. I am a anthropology Minor so this is my thing... read more

Reviewed 12 June 2012
rrlebel
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Brooksville, Maine
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Archeological preserve of one of the most mysterious ancient structures in North America.
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1100 W Ruins Dr, Coolidge, AZ 85128-3200
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Reviewed 30 August 2012

It was very impressive. The staff there knows a lot of details. Will return when it is not so hot. Liked the history.

Thank Linda K
Reviewed 22 July 2012

The history here is great and we have a good time when we go. The price is a little steep.

Thank Williamsk3md
Reviewed 12 July 2012

This is a very small one room ruins. It has very crumbly walls. I don't think you can even enter the ruins any more. There isn't much to see.

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Reviewed 12 June 2012

This is a very neat stop if you are in the area. I am a anthropology Minor so this is my thing! Make sure you head over to the picnic area this is where the Ball court is. There is a lot of undiscovered Tells...More

Thank rrlebel
Reviewed 8 June 2012

I love historical sites and history and the museum as well as the rangers/staff who work there seem to really care about what they do. When you first get there you pay a small but all profits go to taking care of the Ruins/Park. Worth...More

1  Thank MamaLlama26
Reviewed 6 June 2012

The Ruins make for a unique visit, very easy to get to off the I-10 freeway. My visitors from out of town were only able to visit this May, going in the morning, and even though temperatures were in the 90's-we all still enjoyed it....More

2  Thank travelermike_11
Reviewed 4 June 2012

The ruins are covered but the cover is to keep the rain off, not supply shade for anyone or anything. The Arizona desert sun is brutal in mid-summer. This is a great site to visit when the weather is in the 80s. When you are...More

Thank dagda2
Reviewed 27 May 2012

interesting history of a mysterious group of Native Americans who lived in the area around 1200. The national park service gives a tour for $5. Just go earlier in the day so it is cooler (hot in the summer!)

Thank SPhillips_55
Reviewed 17 May 2012

This is a simple monument but it has interesting facts about the people and their living structures. The people carried wood for 20 miles for their floors and they were masters in cement like soil. The housing structures had a square hole used to track...More

Thank davepamn
Reviewed 12 May 2012

The main building is well preserved thanks to efforts to get it covered in the 1930s. There are guided tours, or you can take the printed guide and walk the grounds yourself. Use sunscreen and wear a hat. A bottle of water is useful too....More

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Vicky C
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Response from jordo77 | Reviewed this property |
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norma3209
9 February 2015|
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Response from Mattie488 | Reviewed this property |
I suggest contacting the the monument site. I would tend to think not as some areas are rather fragile and are roped off.
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