Photo by Monika Ragland
Bureau of Land Management
Safford Field Office
711 14th Avenue
Safford, AZ 85546
Photo by Cathy Konopnicki
More about Dankworth Pond State Park
Because it is a state park, there is a fee to see Dankworth Pond. There is a 15 acre pond that is great for fishing. There is also a 1 3/4 mile trail that leads to an exhibit of full-size replicas of prehistoric Indian dwellings. These replicas are from known archaeological sites found in east-central Arizona. Dankworth Ponds also has ramadas for picnics.
Directions: South on HWY 191 three miles south of Roper Lake.
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Hiking and Walking Trails
Dankworth Pond State Park has the following hiking and walking trails available to the public.
1 3/4 mile trail leads to historic replicas
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