Friday, April 26, 2013
Anasazi State Park Museum
The little town of Boulder, Utah contains the ruins of a small Anasazi farming village which has been partially excavated. The village was occupied for about 50 years and may have housed a couple hundred people. A short trail circles the ruins. A six room replica has been constructed to give visitors a better idea of the living conditions of the Anasazi.
The museum is accessible. The trail to the ruins is paved but very steep in sections. The trail to the replica is loose gravel and hard to push along. The doorways are too narrow for wheelchair access.
The parking lot has long RV spaces. Museum