Land Of The Gods
Historical Wellness Museum Center Project Site
Wellness Activities Include: Meditation, Yoga, Chiropractic, Fitness, Personal Training, Nutrition Consultation, Acupuncture, Holistic Medicine and more!
The land is covered with a thick mantle of sandy loam garden soil which is ideal for growing self-sustaining organic vegetable gardens and fruit trees. Area gardeners produce abundant harvest of onions, peppers, corn, tomatoes, beets, and carrots, as well as peaches, pears, apples and apricot tree’s.
As of 2012, the government owned between 635 million to 640 million acres, 28% of the 2.27 billion acres of land in the united States. The federal government owns 42. 29% of Arizona’s total land 30,741,287. 18.1 % is privately owned which about 25 million acres. Native owned land makes up 19.8 million acres, or 27.1% of Arizona land.
The location for the “Land of the Gods” is in Northeastern Arizona, approximately 18 miles northeast of Snowflake and 15 miles southeast of Holbrook in Apache County. 5,400 to 5,600 feet above sea level. Along the banks of the Little Colorado River in the cool highlands of east central Arizona. The land is characterized by heavily wooded hills and ring tops, lush grassy meadows and scenic rock formations.
The Mogollon Rim and the White Mountains, west and south of the region respectfully, form an almost continuous barrier protecting the land from severe winters and creating a mild four season climate. Which makes it a perfect place to visit alongside all the other beautiful tourist attractions in the region.
Ideal Weather- Land Of The Gods overlooks the Little Colorado River Valley. At an elevation at 5,600ft Average winter snowfall is less than19’ supplemented with an additional 11’ of annual rainfall. Summer high temperatures average in the 80’s with a wintertime highs in the 50’s & 60’s.
Land of the Gods offer a broad range of terrain selections including: evergreens, blends of trees and meadows wooded hillsides, rugged highest wooded ridge tops, spectacular boulder formations and all opened grassland.