Hike to the Cline Creek Site (ruins) near Anthem, Arizona.
There are some surprisingly remote Hohokam ruins in the New River area that are well worth exploring. They're known as the Cline Creek Ruins.
From the small parking area, go through the gate (close it behind you) and follow the jeep road north east. If you look north you'll see your destination on a prominent peak. The jeep road ribbons in places, but it always rejoins. keep heading north east and if you're unsure on which way to go, follow the path that looks more well worn from off road vehicles. You'll be walking through typical Sonoran desert here with lots of Saguaro, prickly pear, and barrel cactus.
After about 1.3 miles of hiking, you'll rejoin FR53. Turn left here (JCT_1L) and walk another 0.1 miles where the road forks. Turn right at this unsigned junction (JCT_2R on the map) and continue to follow the wide path. You'll start a steep climb and soon the wide path will narrow into a single track trail. Continue to follow this steep section to the top of the peak. When you start nearing the peak, you'll see evidence of habitation with pottery shards and walls. After some scrambling you'll reach the top where you'll be able to check out some well preserved walls as well as an eagle eye view of the site. It's worth exploring this area a bit to see the different petroglyphs and walls. You'll also enjoy some great views of the surrounding desert and the New River area.
Remember not to take any artifacts and leave the site the way you found it. When ready, return the way you came.