Homolovi State Park RV & Campground Guide


If you’re interested in Native American history, Homolovi State Park is more than a vacation — it’s a fascinating opportunity to get a peek at research into the Hopimigration from the 1200s and 1300s. Just a quick walk from your campsite, you can watch archaeologists as they unearth historic ruins and check out educational exhibits about the life of the ancient people who once walked the same paths.

Located near Winslow in northeastern Arizona, Homolovi State Park also offers a wild high desert experience. You'll hike through the rugged and rocky terrain on the park’s trail network, watch the sunset over the distant peaks, and enjoy a spectacular display of stars in the night sky. Since this park is located in the rain shadow of the San Francisco Peaks, days are mostly dry and clear. Come any time of the year, but be sure to pack for winters that can drop down to 20 degrees Fahrenheit and summers that top out in the low 90s.

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Spring 63-80 F
Summer 91-94 F
Fall 59-84 F
Winter 48-55 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Homolovi State Park

No matter when you’re planning to visit Homolovi State Park, an RV makes a convenient home base; it keeps you warm in the winter and offers welcome shade in the height of the summer. Don’t have an RV? An RV rental from RVshare is an ideal way to try out the mobile lifestyle and enjoy a cozy visit to Homolovi.

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What to Do at
Homolovi State Park

Homolovi State Park sits on land that was once occupied by the Hopi tribe.

Inside Homolovi State Park

Start your trip in the visitor center, which offers fascinating exhibits about the ancient ways of life. Then, head out to the ruins to imagine how the Hopi lived and worked on the land. If you want to get up close and personal with the desert scenery, hike the 1.2-mile Nasungvö Trail through the high prairie, or look out for petroglyphs on the Tsu'vö Trail. Homolovi rangers run regular educational programs throughout the year.

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How to Get to
Homolovi State Park

Homolovi State Park is located just off Interstate 40 near Winslow, Arizona. To get there, take the exit for Highway 87 and drive north.

Entering Homolovi State Park

The park entrance is just off AZ State Route 87, just over a mile off of I40 exit 257.

Homolovi State Park Per Vehicle : $7.0

1 - 4 adults

Homolovi State Park Per Bicycle : $3.0

per person

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Frequently Asked Questions About Homolovi State Park

Are there designated RV camping spots in Homolovi State Park?

There are 53 total campsites at the Homolovi State Park Campground, and 45 of them are designated RV sites with water and electrical hookups. The RV campsites can accommodate RVs as large as 83 feet.

What is the climate of Homolovi State Park?

Homolovi State Park features a hot and dry climate. During summer, the area can get as hot as 94 degrees, and the winter temperatures typically range between 21 and 55 degrees.

What is the best time of year to visit Homolovi State Park?

Your best bet is to visit Homolovi State Park during either spring or autumn. During those seasons, the park tends to be warm without being overly hot and unpleasant, providing a great atmosphere for outdoor fun.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Homolovi State Park?

Many unique animals call Homolovi State Park home. You'll want to be on the lookout for black-tailed prairie dogs, elk, porcupines, collared lizards, cottontail rabbits, and a variety of avian species.

Are pets allowed at Homolovi State Park?

Homolovi State Park is a pet-friendly park, but you must keep your dogs on leashes of six feet or less at all times. Additionally, pets are not permitted inside any of the park's buildings.