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Springerville Volcanic Field


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1,158 square miles of volcanoes! The field containing 405 vents is the third largest of its type in the United States, about the size of Rhode Island.

The Springerville Volcanic Field has fired the imaginations of visitors and inhabitants of the White Mountain area since prehistoric times. Famous author Edgar Rice Burroughs used its cones and lava flows as the opening setting of one of his "John Carter on Mars" books in 1935.

Explore the Springerville Volcanic Field with a self-guided auto tour.


Phone: 928-333-2123
Our Email: tos@springerville.com

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