Anasazi State Park


Anasazi State Park is more a museum than a park.  In fact, it is commonly referred to as Anasazi State Park Museum. 

Southern Utah’s famous canyon country once was the home of one of the largest Anasazi communities west of the Colorado River. It is believed that up to 200 people occupied it from 1050 to 1200 A.D. Even though only a small part of the village has been excavated, thousands of artifacts have been uncovered.

Many of the artifacts are on display in the remodeled museum. And more than 100 structures have been uncovered by archeological excavations. Visitors may also enjoy investigating the Coombs Site located directly behind the museum.

The park is located in the charming town of Boulder on State Route 12 which is truly one of the most scenic roads in Utah. And in the country.

Facts And Fees

  • takes up 6 acres.
  • open year round.
  • Day-use fee is $4.
  • No camping allowed.
  • Picnicking is available.
  • Drinking water and modern restrooms also available.
  • The elevation here is 6700 feet.
  • Multiple park passes cost $70. This allows access for up to 7 people for a year.
  • 5-day pass is $15. This is good to get you into most Utah state parks for 5 consecutive days.

For any other information you need – such as accommodations for the physically challenged, contact the park.

Anasazi State Park
P.O. Box 1429
Boulder, Utah 84716-1429
(435) 335-7308




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