Petroglyph trail

The Deer Valley Petroglyph Preserve features a quarter-mile self-guided trail that allows visitors an up-close look at many of the petroglyphs located at the site. The gravel walking path weaves through the preserve and provides an escape from the surrounding urban environment to enjoy the peaceful desert landscape of the Hedgpeth Hills.

Along the trail, visitors will be able to engage with interpretive signs and access a free audio tour that shares insight into the historical research, traditional cultures, desert ecology, and offers context for the collection of petroglyphs at the preserve.

Three visitors shield their eyes from the sun as they look at petroglyphs
A rock with a petroglyph of squiggly lines
A rock with a petroglyph similar to a stick figure
A hill with various rock art and an informational display in front