Greetings from Mesa Verde National Park

This park needs lots of attention in the maintenance arena. I live I in this area and I want this park, along with every other in the United States, to be structurally sound and safe for the thousands that travel to visit each year


Mesa Verde National Park

This World Heritage Site preserves more than 600 cliff dwellings typical of the Ancestral Puebloan culture, which lasted from about 450 to 1300. The allure of this park is not only the remarkable ruins, but also the mystery of the people who inhabited them.

State(s): Colorado

Established: 1906

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