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Tuzigoot National Monument
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25 W Tuzigoot Road Clarkdale, AZ 86324, United States
25 W Tuzigoot RoadUSArizonaClarkdale86324
(928) 634-5564nps.gov
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Ancient hilltop pueblo with a nearby visitor center featuring artifacts of the Sinaguan Indians.- Google
"Excellent. Park rangers very helpful."
"...Montezuma Castle, Montezuma Well, Camp Verde State Historic Park..."
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Bill McElroy
4 months ago
The name Tuzigoot is Apache for “Crooked Waters” and the village sat on the ridge that is 120 feet above the valley floor, and thus offered a good defense for the occupants who could see any enemy coming for miles. This reporter for SeniorCitizenLocalWeb has not been back in a few years, but since this is a site that has been there for hundreds of years, I would doubt that it has changed much. Tuzigoot is off of route 89A and 279 near Clarkdale, Arizona and should be part of any trip to Montezuma Castle, Montezuma Well, Camp Verde State Historic Park, and Jerome State Historic Park. GPS 34°46′15″N 112°01′34″W which is about 1,000 feet SE of the spot Google Maps shows.
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Marlene Patton
a year ago
Excellent. Park rangers very helpful. Gift shop has great prices.
Charles Squire
a year ago
Well worth the time to visit the site!
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Shad Fernandez
3 years ago
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Racheal Davenport
11 months ago
Now this place was awesome! You can actually go in the rooms and look around. The tower was super cool, but beware there are big flies/bugs up there! Overall great experience!
Laura Cox
7 months ago
Amazing history!
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Sabine L.
5 months ago
Wenn man als Europäer altertümliche Stätten besucht, ist man einfach Anderes gewohnt. Eintritt 5 $/Person und sehen tut man nur Steinmauern, die ca. 80 cm hoch sind und auch nicht mehr originalbelassen. Bei dem kleinen Museum wird man sich auch nicht lange aufhalten. Der Ausblick vom Turm auf die umliegenden Hügel ist schön, aber den Eintritt nicht wert.
Barbra Fish
5 months ago