Favorite thing: Windsor Castle was the property built by early Mormon settlers who homesteaded the property. The only way to see the inside of the castle is by taking a ranger led tour. These tours are offered every half hour and are included with the cost of admission. Tours begin just outside the building.
Favorite thing: Visitor's enter the monument grounds through the visitor's center. Here you will find written exhibits that trace the history of Kaibab and Paiute Indians and early Mormon settlers in the area. Just outside the visitor center, there is a 1/2 mile trail which circles the property and leads to Windsor Castle.
Pipe Springs National Monument is located along Ut 59/ AZ 359. This route connects with highway 89 near the town of Fredonia and about 10 miles south of Kanab. The highway also connects with Utah 9 in Hurricane.
Favorite thing: The corral, which is just outside Windsor Castle, was used to hold cattle and horses during the time when Pipe Springs was used as a working ranch.
Favorite thing: The gardens, located outside the museum, contains a half mile trail which leads past several structures, including this one, used to provide shelter from the scorching desert sun.