Indian Mesa, Agua Fria Conservation Area, Lake Pleasant Regional Park, Maricopa County Arizona, November 21, 2009
Agua Fria River
Fort Wall, built by the HoHoKam people around the year 1000, at the enterance to the top of Indian Mesa. Note the hole in the wall (center left), this is a viewing hole so the defenders can view the only path to the top.
Native American Ruins, top of Indian Mesa
Native American Petroglyph
All Pictures Taken by Michael Clinton , rights reserved