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The Sinaguans built this pueblo or village about 1,000 years ago. It has about 110 rooms and it is a three story structure. The first building was built around A.D. 1000.

The pueblo is partially restored Indian Pueblo and museum. The visitor center is a small, old style museum that holds artifacts of the Sinaguan culture.

There are hiking trails close to the Tuzigoot National Monument. They are caled the Ruins Loop Train and the Tavasci Marsh Overlook Trail. These trails allow visitors to closely look a these ancient buildings.

Other hiking trails include the nearby Sycamore Canyon Wilderness and the Mingus Mountain, in Oak Creek Canyon and at the Red Rock State Park.

It is open to the public. Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Fee is $3.00

Address: Tuzigoot Road, Clarkdale, Arizona 86324
Directions: Tuzigoot National Monument is about 52 miles south of Flagstaff and 90 miles from Phoenix. Head south on Hwy 89A to Cottonwood. From Phoenix, drive North on 1-17 to Exit 287 and travel west on Highway 260 to Cottonwood.
othercontact: fax:928-567-3597
Phone: 928-634-5564
Website: http://www.nps.gov/tuzi/index.htm

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  • Updated May 9, 2009
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