This ancient Indian village in the heart of Utah's canyon
country was one of the largest Anasazi communities west
of the Colorado River. The site is believed to have been
occupied from A.D. 1050 to 1200. The village remains largely
unexcavated, but many artifacts have been uncovered and
are on display in the newly remodeled museum.
Anasazi State Park is in the picturesque town of Boulder
on State Route 12. Group and individual picnic areas are
available. There is no camping.
Acres - 6
Elevation - 6700 ft
Park Open - Year round
Day-use Fee - $5
Visitor Center - Hours vary
Modern Rest Rooms
- Fees - call 800-322-3770
For updated information regarding facilities for the physically
challenged, contact the park.
Permits and Passes.
The Single Park Permit is $50 and allows the cardholder
and up to seven guests in the same private vehicle day-use
entrance into Anasazi State Park. The permit is
valid for the current calendar year. The Five-Day
Pass is $15 and allows day-use entrance to most Utah state
parks for five consecutive days.
P.O. Box 1429
Boulder, Utah 84716-1429