• A storm gathers behind the pueblo at Tuzigoot

    Tuzigoot

    National Monument Arizona

Park Statistics

Fiscal Year

Recreational

Non-Recreational

Total Visits *

Percentage Change

2007 108,910 240 109,150 -4.47%
2006 114,020 240 114,260 4.99%
2005 108,590 240 108,830 -5.68%
2004 115,141 240 115,381 -0.84%
2003 116,121 240 116,361 4.42%
2002 111,193 240 111,433 -4.70%
2001 116,683 240 116,923 2.12%
2000 114,254 240 114,494 -8.53%
1999 125,090 80 125,170 -1.13%
1998 126,355 240 126,595 -1.37%
1997 128,078 278 128,356 15.57%
1996 110,469 595 111,064 -10.27%
1995 123,072 704 123,776 -

Did You Know?

Hopi short staple cotton

The Sinagua cultivated a type of cotton native to South America, which Native Americans brought north through Mexico. Long before Europeans set foot in Arizona the Sinagua were weaving beautiful cloth! Come see examples in the Museum at Tuzigoot National Monument.