Take a short hike around the park or challenge yourself on the trails.
The site that is now Fort Verde State Historic Park was occupied by U.S. Army troops in the summer of 1870.
The Honanki Heritage Site cliff dwelling and rock art site is located near the town of Sedona in north-central Arizona.
The museum features photographs, artifacts and minerals in addition to a video presentation and a 3-D model of the mine.
The Palatki Heritage Site and its sister site, Honanki, were the largest cliff dwellings of the Red Rock Country.
The 5-mile trail network consists of interconnecting loops which lead you along the lush greenery of Oak Creek and the famed red rocks.
The Slide Rock area of Oak Creek Canyon is one of the most noted and popular tourist locations in the State.
This is the largest known petroglyph site in the Verde Valley, as well as being one of the best-preserved.
The mission of the Verde Valley Archaeology Center is to connect individuals and communities with opportunities to explore and study.
Explore the mystery and complexity of an extended network of communities and irrigation canals.
Layered bands of colorful rock reveal millions of years of geologic history. Grand Canyon is unmatched rim to rim.
The Hopi, San Juan Southern Paiute, Zuni, and Navajo are tribes that have inhabited the canyons for centuries.
Did you know that Petrified Forest is perfect for exploration and discovery?
The cinder cone volcano's rim is the dusky red of sunset, but the crater is only part of the story.
The Salado Phenomena, 700 years ago, blended ideas of neighboring Native American cultures to emerge a unique and vibrant society.
Water flows under and through this landscape, feeding the growth of people and towns.
Come gaze across curved canyon walls, the former homes of ancient inhabitants.
Nestled between the Painted Desert and ponderosa highlands of northern Arizona, Wupatki is a landscape of legacies.
Last updated: November 6, 2021
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