Tuzigoot National Monument in Cottonwood, AZ is an exceptionally maintained ruin site with 110 rooms, several levels and incredible energy surrounding it.
The history shows it to be a Sinaguan tribe residence dating back to 1100-1400 CE. The name Tuzigoot is derived from the Apache term; crooked water. It is the largest and most well preserved Sinagua ruin site in the entire Verde Valley. The structure has trap-door style entrances instead of doorways. You can sometimes see old petroglyphs, but it has to be the right time of day to see them because of the lack of light inside the structure. The site was excavated from 1933 to 1935 and was then turned over to the government.
You GOTTA check this place out!