Guided History Hike: Murray Springs Clovis Site

9800 E. Highway 90
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
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Event Start
9:00 AM on Oct 13, 2018
Event End
10:30 AM on Oct 13, 2018

The Clovis people were among the first humans to reach North America some 13,000 years ago. Come visit one of the premiere Clovis Cultural sites in the country. A docent will lead this hike, explaining the latest hypotheses on how they got here, how they lived, and what happened to them. You will have a chance to see replicas of Clovis artifacts found at Murray Springs and hear about the many large animals, most now extinct, that lived in the San Pedro River Valley at the time.

When: October 13, 9 am

Where: Meet at the Murray Springs Parking Area off Moson Road.

Admission: Free, donations gladly accepted

Info: (520) 508-4445, (520) 417-6960,

Event Start
9:00 AM on Saturday, October 13, 2018
Event End
10:30 AM on Saturday, October 13, 2018
Murray Springs Clovis site
Additional Information

The 1.5 hour hike entails about.5 mile walking on a trail that is rough and uneven in some areas and requires you be able to navigate earthen steps down into and out of a wash. There is a little shade and it can be hot. Wear hiking shoes and a hat; bring plenty of water.

Basic Directions

From Sierra Vista, go east on Highway 90 four miles from the intersection of Fry Boulevard (90) and Highway 92 to Moson Road. Go left (north) 1.1 mile to the entrance road on the right (east).

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