Petroglyph National Monument is a National park and is one of North America's largest petroglyphic sites. It is an archaeological site that has thousands of prehistoric Native American etchings on stone walls. It contains patterns and symbols that Native Americans and Spanish settlers carved into volcanic rocks 400 to 700 years ago. This monument of 7,244 hectares is based on a collaboration with the National Park Service. It has 20,000 petroglyphs and provides the public with opportunities for leisure and education. Tourists are allowed to hike the trails from sunrise to sunset in the Volcanoes Day Use Area, Rinconada Canyon, and Piedras Marcadas Canyons. Rinconada Canyon is a 2.2-mile hike.
$2 on weekends
$1 on weekdays