List of volcanic craters in Arizona

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S P Crater

The United States National Geodetic Survey lists 28 craters in the state of Arizona.

Coconino County[edit]

Double Crater
Sunrise Crater

Cochise County[edit]

Greenlee County[edit]

Located just northeast of the town of Clifton, Arizona, this dormant cinder cone volcano and crater is easily visible from the town and In the satellite view of Google Maps. The area is still geologically active, with several hot springs in the area.

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