There’s No Other Historical Landmark In Arizona Quite Like This 2,000-Year-Old Tree

Historical landmarks abound here in Arizona, but how many have you visited that date back over two millennia? This 2,000-year-old oak tree near Prescott has quite literally stood the test of time, weathering the elements – including a devastating fire that killed 19 people – without losing a single branch.

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For more information about how to reach the Giant Alligator Juniper, check out the trail maps and more on AllTrails.

Have you ever visited the Giant Alligator Juniper? Are there any other natural landmarks in Arizona that have stood the test of time? Tell us your favorites!

For more Grand Canyon State history, check out You’ll Be Amazed By The History You’ll Find Along These 6 Easy Hiking Trails In Arizona.