HOW DID MONTEZUMA CASTLE GET ITS NAME

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Date: July 20, 2017
Contact: Krystina Isaac, 928-567-3322 x 223

Have you ever wondered how Montezuma Castle National Monument got its name? Montezuma Castle National Monument and Fort Verde State Historic Park will partner for a special event on Friday, August 4th for visitors and local community members to better understand their historic relationship. To learn more you can visit Montezuma Castle from 9am-11am or Fort Verde from 2pm-4pm for the same program. National Park and State Park rangers and volunteers will be working together to present living history and showcase historic artifacts and documents.
 
There is no additional fee for this program, but normal entrance fees apply:
Montezuma Castle: $10 per adult (16 and older); Children 15 and younger are free and all interagency passes, including senior, access, military, and annual passes will be honored for up to four adults.
Fort Verde State Historic Park fees: Adults $7 (14 years and older); youth 7-13 $4; children 6 & under - free
 
Montezuma Castle is located at 2800 Montezuma Castle Rd, Camp Verde, AZ 86322, Fort Verde State Historic Park is located at 125 E. Hollamon St. Camp Verde, AZ 86322. For more information, please call 928-567-3322 x 0, or visitwww.nps.gov/moca or call Fort Verde (928) 567-3275/azstateparks.gov. Follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @MontezumaNPS.
 
More than 20,000 National Park Service employees care for America's 417 national parks and work with communities across the nation to help preserve local history and create close-to-home recreational opportunities. Visit us atwww.nps.gov, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nationalparkservice, Twitter www.twitter.com/natlparkservice, and YouTube  www.youtube.com/nationalparkservice.
 



Last updated: July 21, 2017

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