Fodor's Expert Review Tonto National Monument

Tonto National Monument Indigenous Sight

You can visit a well-preserved complex of 13th-century Salado cliff dwellings at this site, which was nearly destroyed during a wildfire in 2019. A team of archaeologists and firefighters saved the site's two dwellings, but 88 percent of the Monument's almost 1,000 acres burned. You can visit the Lower Cliff Dwelling on your own, but must sign up for a ranger-led tour to see the Upper Cliff Dwelling. Tours are offered from Friday to Monday, from January to April.

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26260 N. AZ 188
Roosevelt, Arizona  85545, USA


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Rate Includes: $10, Daily 8–5

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