Murray Springs Clovis Site
About 12,000 years ago, late ice-age Clovis hunters inhabited the Sierra Vista area and preyed upon Mammoth and Bison. At this self-guided interpretive trail, you will find a nine-panel exhibit including displays of two killsites and one campsite. Murray Springs Clovis Site is home to major discoveries by the University of Arizona (funded by the National Geographic Society) that date back to the Pleistocene Epoch, a period of history when the ground at the San Pedro River basin reverberated from the thundering strides of ancient Mammoths. Allow 1 hour.
Hwy 90 approximately 4.5 miles east of Sierra Vista; left onto Moson Rd; follow the signs.
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