Carefree is a town which is suited in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States. It is the ancient Hohokam's fabricated towns and protective fortresses. The Sears-Kay Ruin is one of the numerous fortifications worked by the Hohokam. The vestiges of this fortress are situated on an abandon lower region in the Tonto National Forest on the edges of the town of Carefree, Az.
The post was worked around 1050 AD and later deserted just to be found in 1867 by warriors on watch who were positioned in close-by Fort McDowell. The fortress had 40 rooms which housed around 100 individuals. The zone was named after two early homesteaders. The site was recorded in the National Register of Historic Places in November 24, 1995.