Casa Grande Ruins National Monument includes the remains of a walled village near the Big House "Casa Grande" representing the height of Hohokam architecture, and vestiges of other Hohokam villages nearby.
For more than a thousand years, prehistoric farmers inhabited much of present-day southern Arizona. When the first Europeans arrived, all that remained of the ancient cultures were the ruins of villages, irrigation canals and various artifacts.
Official NPS site, including information for visitors and background on the park history and the prehistoric culture it was established to protect.
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