Tonto National Monument charges $5 per person. Children under 16 are free. All Federal Passes (Annual, Senior, Access, Military, Fourth Grade, Volunteer) are accepted. Visit the Fees and Passes page or the Special Use Permits page for more information.
Pets are allowed on the Lower Cliff Dwelling trail and must be leashed at all time. Pets are not allowed in the Visitor Center or in the Lower Cliff Dwelling itself. It is illegal to leave your pet in the car. Even during mild temperatures, the inside of cars may become very hot while sitting in the sun. It is illegal to leave a car idling in the parking lot. For more information, visit the Pets page.
Be prepared and be aware! Before visiting, please read and review the Safety Information page.
The Visitor Center, museum, replica room, bookstore, and picnic area all meet accessibility standards for people with mobility issues. The trails to the cliff dwellings are steeply graded and do not meet accessibility standards. For more information, visit the Accessibility page.
To complete your day, check out the nearby attractions. This includes the Apache Trail (Highway 88), Roosevelt Dam, Tonto National Forest Visitor Center, Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park, Bullion Plaza Museum, Rim County Museums and Zane Grey Cabin, and Tonto Natural Bridge State Park. For more information, visit the Nearby Attractions page.