National Monument

Aztec Ruins Dog Policy

Aztec Ruins National Monument is Not Dog Friendly

Dogs Not Allowed

Aztec Ruins National Monument encompasses the Pueblo Great Houe and over 400 masonry rooms built by the Pueblo people 900 years ago. There is a half mile long trail to explore through the rooms. Visitors can also view the Great Kiva, a 40 ft diameter semi-subterranean structure used in ceremonies.

Aztec Ruins National Monument is not very dog friendly. Dogs are allowed in the picnic area next to the parking lot, which includes the Heritage Garden and Native Plants Walk. However, you will miss the main attraction here with your dog, as dogs are not allowed in the visitor center or along the trail through the archeological site.


Trail Policy

Dogs are not allowed on the trail through the archeological site.

Location & Map

New Mexico

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