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Canyon de Chelley National Monument is located on the Navajo Indian Reservation in northeast Arizona. It encompasses several scenic canyons, including Canyon del Muerto, Black Rock Canyon, Monument Canyon, and Canyon de Chelly.
Casa Grande Ruins National Monument includes the remains of a walled village near the Big House "Casa Grande" representing the height of Hohokam architecture, and vestiges of other Hohokam villages nearby.
Chiricahua National Monument is an 18-square-mile area built up by volcanic eruptions about 27 million years ago, located at the intersection of the Chihuahan and Sonoran Deserts, and the southern Rocky Mountains and northern Sierra Madre.
Coronado National Memorial commemorates the place where Francisco Vasquez de Coronado's expedition first entered the present U.S. in search of the fabled "Seven Cities of Cibola" in February 1540.
Fort Bowie National Historic Site commemorates the conflict between the Chiricahua Apaches and the U.S. military, as personified by the "Bascom Affair", a wagon train massacre, and the battle of Apache Pass, where a large force of Chiricahua Apaches under Mangus Colorados and Cochise fought the California Volunteers.
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, established in 1972, comprises more than a million acres in southern Utah and northern Arizona surrounding Lake Powell.
Grand Canyon National Park is located entirely in northern Arizona, encompassing 277 miles of the Colorado River and adjacent uplands. This spectacular example of erosion is unmatched in the incomparable vistas it offers from the rims, and it has been designated a World Heritage Site.

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Hohokam Pima National Monument preserves the archeological remains of the Hohokam culture, however the area is not open to the public.
Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site is the oldest continuously operated trading post on the Navajo Reservation, originally purchased by John Lorenzo Hubbell in 1878, and still in operation today.
Montezuma Castle National Monument is located in a limestone recess high above the flood plain of Beaver Creek in the Verde Valley. This 5-story, 20-room cliff dwelling served as a "high-rise apartment building" for prehistoric Sinaguan Indians more than 600 years ago.
Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is located entirely within the Navajo Indian Reservation, near the small town of Goulding, established in 1923 as a trading post. It is noted for landscapes of sandstone buttes, mesas and spires of spectacular beauty.
Navajo National Monument includes ruins of villages left behind by prehistoric Pueblo Indians, the Kayenta Anasazi. The area was only occupied for about 50 years before they abandoned it and moved on.
Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument is a designated desert habitat covering about 500 square miles in the Sonoran Desert. The collection of unique plants found here include not only the saguaro cactus, but also the organ pipe cactus, which is rarely found in the United States.
Petrified Forest National Park is located in northeastern Arizona, it includes 93,533 acres, and it features a large concentration of petrified wood. Also included in the Park's acreage is the Painted Desert, archeological sites, and displays of 225 million-year-old fossils.
Pipe Spring National Monument was established on May 31, 1923, to memorialize the exploration and settlement of the Southwest. It includes an historic fort, and other structures built by Mormon pioneers.
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Saguaro National Park was established in 1933 to protect the giant saguaro cacti, which are unique to the Sonoran Desert. There are two separate designated areas, one in the Rincon Mountains (East), and one in the Tucson Mountains (West).
Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument is a designated area northeast of Flagstaff containing the results of activity by now extinct volcanoes, and large expanses of lava and ash.
Tonto National Monument is located in the upper Sonoran Desert ecosystem, and includes well-preserved cliff dwellings originally occupied by the Salado culture between 1150 and 1450 AD.
Tumacácori National Historical Park preserves the abandoned ruins of three ancient Spanish missions in three separate units. San José de Tumacácori and Los Santos Ángeles de Guevavi, established in 1691, are the two oldest missions in Arizona. The third unit, San Cayetano de Calabazas, was established in 1756.
Tuzigoot National Monument is located on the Verde River, and it encompasses the remnants of one of the largest of the Sinaguan pueblos, built between 1100 and 1450 AD, and consisting of two stories and 110 rooms.
Walnut Canyon National Monument was established in 1915 to preserve the Sinaguan archeological sites in the area, which date from 1100 to 1225 AD.
Wupatki National Monument is a 54-square-mile area that preserves standing masonry pueblos and artifacts from Anasazi and Sinaguan farmers and traders who inhabited the area in prehistoric times. It includes more than 2,700 cataloged sites.