Canyon De Chelly NM
Chinle, AZ

The visitor center is 3 miles east of Chinle and US-191.  Follow route 7 towards the monument entrance and you'll find the building at the intersection of the North Rim and South Rim drives.  The stamp is inside.

Casa Grande Ruins NM
Coolidge, AZ

The monument is located at the corners of route 87 and 287.  The entrance is along 287 and the stamp is in the visitor center.  I asked the Ranger if they have a stamp for Hohokam Pima National Monument but was told the stamp does not exist.

Chiricahua NM
Willcox, AZ

From I-10 take exit 336 or 344 to Willcox, then follow route 186 east for 31 miles.  The visitor center is a couple miles past the entrance station and the stamp is just inside.

Glen Canyon NRA - Marble Canyon
Marble Canyon, AZ

The Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center is located on the western side of the Navajo Bridge which spans the Colorado River at US-89Alt.  This stamp is inside, next to the cash register.

Glen Canyon NRA - Page
Page, AZ

The Carl Hayden Visitor Center is located on the western side of the Glen Canyon Dam, along US-89.  You'll find this stamp, as well as the Rainbow Bridge stamp, in the corner of the bookstore.  There is a different stamp for Glen Canyon in Utah.

Grand Canyon NP
Grand Canyon, AZ

At $20 per auto and $10 per motorcycle, the Grand Canyon entrance fee makes buying a NPS pass well worth the money.  This stamp is in the visitor center, near Yavapai Point.

Grand Canyon NP - North Rim
North Rim, AZ

215 miles of road separate the South Rim from the North Rim, although they are only 10 miles apart as the crow flies.  At 8,300 feet above sea level, the North Rim experiences cold weather year-round and is only open from mid-May to mid-October.  The stamp is kept in the visitor center, located near the Grand Canyon Lodge.

Hubble Trading Post NHS
Ganado, AZ

The site is on route 264, 1 mile west of Ganado, located in the Navajo Nation.  Remember that the Navajo Nation observes daylight savings time but the state of Arizona does not.

Montezuma Castle NM
Camp Verde, AZ

Take exit 287 from I-17.  The monument is about 3 miles north of Camp Verde.  The stamp is just inside the visitor center.

Navajo NM
Tonalea, AZ

Follow US-160 19 miles southwest of Kayenta, then turn north up route 564.  Continue north for 9 miles to the end and you'll find the stamp in the visitor center.

Petrified Forest NP
Petrified Forest, AZ

The Painted Desert Visitor Center is just north of I-40, Exit 311.

Pipe Spring NM
Moccasin, AZ

Pipe Spring National Monument is located in northern Arizona, about 15 miles west of Fredonia.  Take  route 389 and turn north up Moccasin Rd.  The stamp is in the bookstore.

Saguaro NP
Tucson, AZ

Saguaro National Park has two units, one west of Tucson and another to the east.  I got this stamp in the East district, along Freeman Road.  The visitor center is at the beginning of the Cactus Forest Loop Drive.

Sunset Crater Volcano NM
Flagstaff, AZ

The site is east of US-89, about 13 miles north of Flagstaff.  A 36-mile loop road connects to Wupatki National Monument.

Tonto NM
Roosevelt, AZ

Tonto National Monument is 4 miles east of Roosevelt Dam, along route 88.

Tuzigoot NM
Clarkdale, AZ

This monument is a couple miles east of Clarkdale, and a few north of Cottonwood, not very far from Montezuma Castle National Monument.  If you take US-89Alt from Sedona, turn north up Main Street when you get to Cottonwood and follow it through town towards Clarksdale for 4 miles.  Turn right on Tuzigoot road and continue towards the visitor center.

Walnut Canyon NM
Flagstaff, AZ

From I-40 take exit 204 east of Flagstaff.  The visitor center is 3 miles south of the exit and about 10 miles from downtown Flagstaff.

Wupatki NM
Flagstaff, AZ

The entrance to Wupatki is some 30 miles north of Flagstaff, off US-89.  The visitor center is another 14 miles into the park, at the Wupatki Pueblo.  The loop road continues south to Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument.