Tuzigoot National Monument
Resources and Nearby Attractions
Cities & Towns
Clarkdale, Arizona: 1 mile south.
Cottonwood, Arizona: 3 miles south.
Jerome, Arizona: 9 miles southwest.
Flagstaff, Arizona: 65 miles north.
Phoenix, Arizona: 97 miles south.
Sedona, Arizona: 20 miles east.
Camp Verde, Arizona: 15 miles south.
Prescott, Arizona: 40 miles southwest.
Parks & Monuments
Montezuma Well National Monument: 25 miles east.
Wupatki National Monument: 97 miles north.
Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument: 82 miles north.
Walnut Canyon National Monument: 62 miles north.
Grand Canyon National Park (South Rim): 143 miles northwest.
Grand Canyon National Park (North Rim): 189 miles northwest.
Petrified Forest National Park: 130 miles east.
Red Rock State Park: 24 miles north.
Slide Rock State Park: 31 miles north.
Dead Horse Ranch State Park: 3 miles east.
Recreation & Wilderness Areas
Beaver Creek Recreation Area: 15 miles north.
Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Area: 10 miles north.
Mingus Mountain Recreation Area: 20 miles west.
Oak Creek Canyon Natural Area: 30 miles north.
Historic & Points of Interest
Montezuma's Well: 6 miles north.
Jerome State Historic Park (Jerome)
Museum of Northern Arizona (Flagstaff)
Riordan State Historic Park (Flagstaff)
Fort Verde State Historical Park (Camp Verde)
Homolvi Ruins State Park (Winslow)
The Bead Museum (Prescott)
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