The unexcavated ruins of Homolovi State Park, near Winslow, Arizona, are not nearly as spectacular as, say, nearby Wupatiki National Monument — but, perhaps, more so than also nearby Walnut Canyon. But the location is well worth a visit and the ruins on a butte are pretty cool.
Bear paw petroglyphs seem curious at a desert landmark By LAURIE KAVENAUGH
Homolovi has known human presence for some 11,000 years: Nomadic hunters stopped there early on, then the Hisat’sinom (Anasazi) civilization built villages and lived there until 1400. Within the Tsu’vo loop are about two dozen fading petroglyphs left behind by those who stopped at the Twin Buttes.