I enjoyed my visit, experienced over a couple of hours during my trip east from New Mexico. The highlights of the Park include the walking tour, the visitor center and (most importantly) the knowledgeable staff. I used my smart phone to plot the route to Sun Watch, which is not on a major road. Then I talked with the helpful people at the visitor center. I proceeded to take the walking tour, which involves a short walk over level ground. There are reconstructed buildings, a garden and a wooden construction used for astronomy. The visitor center has displays of artifacts and explanations of life in the village. SunWatch represents yet another important native site that was rescued from modern construction just in time.
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