Gila Cliff Dwellings Dog Policy
Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument is Somewhat Dog Friendly
The Gila Cliffs were originally used by nomadic people along the Gila River, but were then used as more permanent dwellings by the Mogollon people in the late thirteenth century. Visitors can walk along a trail to tour the cliffside dwellings.
Gila Cliffs National Monument is somewhat dog friendly. While dogs are not allowed on the trails, there is a complimentary kennel at the trailhead.