• Montezuma Castle's prehistoric dwelling

    Montezuma Castle

    National Monument Arizona

Park Statistics

Fiscal Year

Recreational

Non-Recreational

Total Visits *

Percentage Change

2007 608,635 12,130 620,765 5.01%
2006 590,720 420 591,140 -5.12%
2005 622,633 385 623,018 -5.10%
2004 656,096 420 656,516 3.39%
2003 634,544 421 634,965 -1.44%
2002 643,853 420 644,273 -11.90%
2001 730,902 420 731,322 -8.95%
2000 802,807 420 803,227 -2.85%
1999 826,332 420 826,752 -4.71%
1998 867,212 391 867,603 -10.16%
1997 965,272 420 965,692 -1.41%
1996 979,036 455 979,491 2.22%
1995 957,786 420 958,206 -

Did You Know?

Cicada on Tree

When you hear the loud, steady humming of cicadas in the summertime it is actually male group singing, or serenading of female cicadas. Male cicadas make the sharp sound with plate-like organs on the thorax to attract a mate. They can get very loud at Montezuma Castle National Monument.