Pipe Spring National Monument Winsor Castle credits NPS Photo/Paul Kister Winsor Castle, constructed in 1870-72, is surrounded by the harsh beauty of Utah and Arizonas canyon country.
Pipe Spring National Monument Historic Garden at Pipe Spring credits NPS Photo/Paul Kister Pipe Spring maintains a living history garden that grows settler and native crops as they would have grown in the 1870s. In the fall, visitors may harvest free fruit and veggies.
Pipe Spring National Monument West Cabin in Snow credits NPS Photo/Evan Cram Wintertime showcases a stark peace and stillness at the historic buildings. Pictured here, West Cabin sticks out after a snowstorm.
Beneath vermilion cliffs, American Indians, Mormon ranchers, plants, animals, and many others have depended on the life-giving water found at the desert oasis at Pipe Spring. Learn about settler and Kaibab Paiute life by exploring the museum, historic fort and cabins, garden, and Ridge Trail. Visit with rangers and ranch animals, and attend living history demonstrations and talks.
Pipe Spring National Monument is located 15 miles west of Fredonia, AZ and 45 miles east of Hurricane, UT.
From Interstate 15, turn onto Utah State Route 9 in Hurricane, Utah. Take Utah State Route 59 east out of Hurricane. This road turns into Arizona State Route 389 at the state line. Pipe Spring is 45 miles east of Hurricane.
From Utah Highway 89 and 89A, turn onto Arizona State Route 389 in Fredonia, Arizona. Pipe Spring is 15 miles west of Fredonia.