Camp Creek
 
 
I did not include this site overlooking Camp Creek in my hiking book because it's just too easy to reach. Nevertheless, the Sears-Kay ruin, as it is properly called, is worth a stop if you're driving around that neck of the Tonto National Forest.

The Hohokam built this hilltop pueblo sometime between A.D. 1050 and 1150, then abandoned it around 1200. Archaeologists have done a bit of reconstruction work to stabilize some the walls, and the last time I spoke with the Forest Service about it (mid-90s) they had plans to develop the site for public interpretation.