Petroglyphs at Petroglyph Point


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Petroglyphs at Petroglyph Point.

The boulder these petroglyphs are etched onto is located in the Enchanted Canyon housing development in Prescott, Arizona.  Originally the Dalke Property, the rock outcropping featuring the Indian Rock Petroglyphs and associated open space were dedicated to the City as part of the subdivision process. The prominent granite outcrop contains over 100 petroglyph elements, with a nearby public trail. This site has been a popular picnic spot since the 1800’s and contains the names and dates of those early visitors, as well as, a beautiful array of prehistoric elements.

It is accessible via the Forest Trails housing development off of Iron Springs Road.  From Iron Springs Road, turn left onto Sierry Peaks Drive, then another left on Ridgewood Drive, then left again on Enchanted Canton Way.  There is a sign noting Petroglyph Point and is readily visable on the right side of the road.  The rock is clearly visable from the roadand is located at the western end of Centennial Trail. 

Additionally, there are other petroglyphs located on other rocks in the area, but are not as clearly visable as the boulder in the photo. 


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