Tonto National Monument

The Salado Indians lived along the Salt River from 1150 to 1450. Well preserved by a large alcove, the lower ruins of the Tonto National Monument, accessible along a 2,600ft/800m paved path, rise 328ft/100m above the Visitor Center. This outstanding site features several enclosures in a village that used to contain some twenty rooms clinging to the wall of the grotto. Inside a few beams and sooty marks bear witness to ancient hearthplaces.

Useful information


Rte. 88. 4 miles East of Roosevelt Dam, 85545 Roosevelt


+1 928-467-2241


5 $

Opening hours

8am-5pm, last tour-4pm