Arizona Hotel Reservations
Tuzigoot National Monument
Don't Miss Tuzigoot National Monument
Make the most of your next visit to Arizona. Tuzigoot National Monument is a pueblo built by the Sinagua Indians in A.D. 1000, sitting atop of 42 acres near Cottonwood, Arizona.
The pueblo contains approximately 110 rooms on two and three floors.
A self-guided loop trail is available for touring the pueblo, as well as views of the Verde River and overlook of Tavasci Marsh. The monument is located in northern Arizona below the Mogollon Rim, approximately 52 miles south of Flagstaff.
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