Hilltop Living

Water flows under and through this landscape, feeding the growth of people and towns. The Verde Valley is watered by snowmelt, summer monsoons, and springs that well up from the ancient sedimentary rocks. In the heart of the valley, a thousand years ago, people began to build a little hilltop pueblo that would grow into one of the largest villages in the area.

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Visit the Pueblo at Tuzigoot

Explore the wonders of the 1,000 year old 110 room hilltop pueblo.

Artists conception of the interior of a pueblo, showing construction, entrance ladders, and pots
Learn more about the Sinagua people

Catch a glimpse of prehistoric life in central Arizona

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Native American Heritage Month

Learn about how we participate in Native American Heritage Month

Sinagua pot
Explore the Museum

Learn about artifacts found on-site to catch a glimpse of life in ancient Arizona

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Tavasci Marsh

Explore the perennial wetlands of the Tavasci marsh, home to a unique variety of wildlife and plant life.

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Special Use Permits

Find out what what activities require a permit

Tuzigoot National Monument under night skies
Protecting The Night

Learn how we help protect dark skies at our park

Montezuma Caslte cliff dwelling
Nearby Attractions

Check out other nearby attractions in the Verde Valley

Last updated: January 25, 2024

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P.O. Box 219
Camp Verde, AZ 86322



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