PO Box 219
Camp Verde, AZ , 86322
Montezuma Castle National Monument protects a set of well-preserved prehistoric cliff dwellings. The dwellings were built and used by the Sinagua people, a pre-Columbian culture closely related to the Hohokam and other indigenous peoples of the southwestern United States, between approximately 1100 and 1425 AD. The main structure comprises five stories and twenty rooms, and was built over the course of three centuries
Several Hopi clans and Yavapai communities trace their ancestries to early immigrants from the Montezuma Castle/Beaver Creek area. Clan members periodically return to these ancestral homes for religious ceremonies.
This is a 4 die machine located in the visitors center to the left of the door that you go out to go to the castle. The designs are:
1) (H) a dheetah with Montezuma Well written at the top and EST 1943 at the bottom with a dot border
2) (H) a picture of the castle with Montezuma Castle National Monument at the top and in tiny letters EST 1906 in the bottom right hand corner and a dot border
3) (H) 75 years, a bird and 1989-2014 in the middle. Tuzigoot National Monument at the top and Arizonia at the bollom. dot border
4) (H) a picture of Tuzigoot National Monument in the middle. Tuzigoot is written at an angle on one side of the picture and Nat'l Mnmt is written at an angle on the other side. EST 1939 is written underneath the picture and it has a dot border.
7/23/2018. Currently out of order.