- Stay on designated trails.
- Pets must remain on leash. Pets are not allowed on certain posted trails.
- It is illegal to remove anything, including plants, wildlife or artifacts.
- Vehicles must stay on paved road.
- No wood, charcoal, or ground fires.
- Oracle SP is a day-use park, vehicles must exit by 5 pm when the main entrance gate will close.
Q: Do you have camping?
A: No, Oracle SP is a day use only park. The closest primitive camping is Peppersauce Canyon, 6 miles up Mt. Lemmon Rd. Call Coronado National Forest for more information (520) 749-8700. Catalina SP in Tucson is 23 miles south of Oracle and offers tent camping and RV camping. Call (520) 586-2283 for reservations or make reservations online.
Q: Does our Golden Age Pass, National Parks Pass or Coronado National Forest Pass work at your park?
A: Sorry, no. Those passes are for Federal areas not state of Arizona land, but Arizona State Parks does offer its own Annual Pass.
Q: Can we bring our dog?
A: Yes, leashed dogs are allowed on trails, with the exception of the Windy Ridge and Bellota Trail loops. These two trails are used for environmental education programs.
Q: Do you have areas for rent?
A: Yes, a Group Use Area is available with two shade ramadas, 10 picnic tables, restroom facilities and grills (upon request). The historic Kannally Ranch House, with its beautiful patios, is also available for weddings, reunions, or party rentals. Learn more.
Q: Besides hiking, what can I see?
A: You can take a self-guided tour of the Kannally Ranch House. See calendar of events on park home page for information about weekend programs, activities, and guided tours of the house.
Q: Are there any other things to do in Oracle and the surrounding areas?
A: There are several restaurants, the Acadia Museum (home of the Oracle Historical Society), historic ranches, and art galleries. Plus Biosphere 2 is 6 miles south of Oracle.
Q: Is there hunting in the park?
A: Sorry, no. Oracle is a wildlife refuge.
Q: Are there any streams in the park?
A: Only temporarily after heavy rains.
- Alamo Lake
- Buckskin Mountain
- Cattail Cove
- Lake Havasu
- River Island
- Yuma Quartermaster Depot
- Yuma Territorial Prison
- Dead Horse Ranch
- Fort Verde
- Red Rock
- Riordan Mansion
- Slide Rock
- Verde River Greenway
- Boyce Thompson Arboretum
- Fool Hollow Lake
- Lost Dutchman
- Lyman Lake
- Tonto Natural Bridge