There are several parts to this Center. The viewing theater, the museum where some photos of the petroglyphs are displayed, the children's area where there are activities for the kids and the 1/4 mile trail where you can explore the petroglyphs and pictographs in their natural setting. Some of them are already faint and may be difficult to view.You may need binoculars for some. Along the way you will find different labeled plants native to the area,and spot some wildlife if you are lucky. You also get a valley view of Hedgpeth Hills and the McDowelll Mountains. The ramadas come in handy as a shelter from the summer heat. Early grinding tools are also shown.
This center is available for free by obtaining a culture pass through the local library.
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