The ruins of a Sinaguan three-story pueblo run along a outcropping in the Verde Valley near Clarkdale, Arizona. The site is the main feature of Tuzigoot National Monument.

Tuzigoot National Monument

At Tuzigoot National Monument, the ruins of a pueblo crown a ridge east of Clarkdale, Arizona. From this ridge, ancient Sinaguans had a panoramic view of the Verde Valley. Today, Tuzigoot’s prominent position provides multiple opportunities for dramatic photographs.

The ruins of a Sinaguan three-story pueblo run along a outcropping in the Verde Valley near Clarkdale, Arizona. The site is the main feature of Tuzigoot National Monument.
The ruins of a Sinaguan three-story pueblo run along a outcropping in the Verde Valley near Clarkdale, Arizona. The site is the main feature of Tuzigoot National Monument.

Tuzigoot National Monument protects one of the largest known Sinaguan pueblos. The pueblo was two- and three-stories. And, it contained approximately 110 rooms. Today, many areas of the pueblo are just remnants of walls, but in other areas there are completely enclosed rooms.

The ruins of a Sinaguan three-story pueblo run along a outcropping in the Verde Valley near Clarkdale, Arizona. The site is the main feature of Tuzigoot National Monument.
The ruins of a Sinaguan three-story pueblo run along a outcropping in the Verde Valley near Clarkdale, Arizona. The site is the main feature of Tuzigoot National Monument.

Other Sinaguan sites

This site is part of a complex of Sinaguan ruins. These ruins include:

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