Tonto National Monument Facilities


Tonto Visitor Center


Open All Year 8:00 AM - 5:00PM

Lower Cliff Dwelling trail closes to uphill travel at 4:00 p.m.


Christmas Day

Special Programs

"Open House" annually on one weekend in March (Arizona Archeology Awareness Month) and first weekend in November.


Visitor center with exhibits and 18-minute video orientation program; hands-on display; restrooms. Parking lot has limited turning radius; vehicles longer than 30 feet and towing another vehicle experience difficulty negotiating the turn. Large vehicle parking is available .5 mile below visitor center at picnic area.

Available Facilities

Sales outlet for interpretive literature; vending machines for snacks and soft drinks. Picnic area located .5 mile below visitor center (.5 mile inside park entrance); seven tables, covered with shade ramadas; all are handicapped accessible. Two fully accessible restrooms.

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