Our final stop in the amazing state of New Mexico ended up being the Aztec Ruins National Monument just south of the Colorado state line. We rolled in during moving day, so luckily they had plenty of RV parking for us and our rig. The ruins themselves weren’t actually built by the Aztecs, but someone way back in history claimed that they were and the name stuck. They were actually built almost a thousand years ago by the Pueblo people and then suddenly abandoned around 1300 AD.
Come along with us as we walk WAY back through time in this special place being preserved and maintained by the National Park Service!