This site is Arizona's first archaeological state park. Located along the Little Colorado River, Homolovi, a Hopi word meaning 'place of the little hills,' consists of four major pueblo sites thought to have been occupied between A.D. 1200 and 1425 by ancestors of today's Hopi Indians. There are over 340 sites within the park, but this includes campsites, lithic scatters, agricultural features, pit houses and other sites. Archeologists work in the park Monday through Friday in June and July. Special archaeological exhibits and programs, hiking, picnicking and camping available. The park is five miles northeast of Winslow on State Route 87.