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Chaco Canyon is a Pre-Columbian pueblo, occupied from 900 to 1150 AD. It held a large population of Anasazi peoples and has some of the most impressive ruins in the area, some partially restored. It is Southeast of Bloomfield, New Mexico. It is 20 miles off the pavement on a graded, but often rough dirt road. Not recommended if it's raining. They have a campground and visitor's center. There are no services other than water and bathrooms.

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