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Arizona
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State of Arizona Parks

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Arizona
West Coast Region
Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument
Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument Hudson Point credits NPS/T. Miller
The sun sets behind the Pakoon Basin.
Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument Driving the sage flat credits NPS/M. Draper
Visitors enjoy exploring the roads on the monument.
Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument Fall sunset credits NPS/G. Woodall
Sunrise and sunsets hallmark the vast landscapes of the monument.
Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument Waring Ranch credits NPS/M. Draper
Areas such as Waring Ranch give a glimpse into ranching operations in the early and mid-20th century
Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument Camping sunset credits NPS/M. Draper
Campsites on the monument are primitive as there is no designated campground.
GRAND CANYON-PARASHANT NATIONAL MONUMENT
GRAND CANYON-PARASHANT NATIONAL MONUMENT
345 East Riverside Drive
Littlefield, Arizona   86432
(lat:36.4018 lon:-113.6989)

Phone: 435-688-3200
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Take a lonely and rocky two-track road in a 4x4 to the edge of the Grand Wash Cliffs. Find a stunning solitary vista deep into the Grand Canyon. Relax in the shade of ponderosas at Mt. Trumbull. Touch ancient waters at Pakoon Springs in one of the driest places in the world. Parashant is remote. There are no crowds here. Be equipped to leave pavement, cell service, and the 21st century behind.


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The monument is located in the northwest corner of Arizona, bordering Nevada to the west and near the southern border of Utah. There are no paved roads or visitor services within the monument's million-plus acres. Visitors should be prepared for travel on rugged dirt roads. Traveling with an appropriate high clearance vehicle equipped with all-terrain tires. The spare tire should also be all-terrain rated. The monument has entry roads from Nevada, Utah and Arizona.

Arizona
180

State of Arizona Parks

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