This trail is a great choice for those who want a low impact, extremely diverse quick hike. The trail is approximately a mile long and traverses pristine Sonoran Desert, riparian, and mesquite bosque habitats. Overlapping much of the Gale Bundrick Trail, the Archaeology trail passes through recreated archaeological sites, as well as actual Hohokam bedrock mortars. There are also several informative signs along the way that talk about how early people, like the Hohokam Native Americans, might have not only survived but thrived in this harsh land.
The trailhead is located across the street from the train caboose at the Ranch.