Room 128A is the southern portion of the subdivided room 128W. It measures 5.2 x 2 m and was created during the late 1100s to early 1200s. Twelve strata were found in 128A, all of San Juan age. Two floors, occupational fill, and feature-related strata were identified. In all, 12 features were associated with 128A including many hearths, a burial, a storage cist, a turkey pen, a pit of unknown use, a vent window, and the wall separating 128A from 128B. These features indicate that the room had multiple functions. Turkeys were apparently kept in the room based on the turkey pit-pen feature and the turkey bone and eggshell recovered.