Room 62A is designated as the upper 13 strata in Room 62. All strata were from the San Juan era and included a floor complex, roof-fall, an occupational deposit, layers of feature fill, and post-occupational fill. Room 62A also contained 19 features, some relating to roof construction, along with hearths, ash pits, a sandstone seat, and two wall segments. These wall segments subdivided 62 and defined Room 62B (used as a turkey pen). One of the hearths was from the second story floor that collapsed with the roof. No tree ring dates were obtained specifically from the post-Chacoan use of the room. However, the stratigraphy and ceramic assemblage in Room 62A indicate use from the mid-1100s to late 1200s.