Hike to a well preserved Hohokam site near Phoenix, Arizona.
The Sears-Kay ruin (now typically called a site) is an impressive reminder of the efforts of the Hohokam tribe to live in this inhospitable area so long ago. It's a short hike with a rewarding trip back in time.
From the parking area, take the signed and well worn trail up the hill. The trail climbs, but not too steeply and after only 0.4 miles you'll start to see the walls of the site. Keep an eye out for pottery shards. As always with these areas, take nothing with you and do not damage any of the walls. There are interpretive signs here and a number of walls to explore in this fascinating area.
When ready, return the way you came.