• Montezuma Peak

    Coronado

    National Memorial Arizona

Doing Business with the Park

The two main objectives of this site are information about our permit operations and to provide commercial guides with current information about the natural and cultural resources of Coronado National Memorial administered as part of the Southeast Arizona Group.
 
 

Commercial Use Authorizations
Commercial Use Authorizations are issued to provide commercial services to park area visitors in limited circumstances. CUAs, although used to authorize commercial services to park area visitors, are not Concession Contracts. They are intended to provide a simple means to authorize suitable commercial services to visitors in park areas in the limited circumstances in the legislation.

Special Use Permits
Special Use Permits are required for special events such as commercial photography or filming, weddings and other ceremonies, group activities with more than 30 people or 15 vehicles in the picnic area, gatherings, distribution of printed material and other public expressions of views, and other activities that are otherwise controlled or prohibited.

Research Permits
National parks make wonderful laboratories. If you are interested in a permit for conducting research in the park click the link to go to the National Park Service Research Permit and Reporting System.

Did You Know?

Hiking along the Yaqui Ridge Trail, Coronado National Memorial

The 750 mile Arizona Trail, which runs from the southern to northern ends of the state, begins in Coronado National Memorial at the international border between the United States and Mexico. Here in the park, the trail sections are called Yaqui Ridge and the Crest Trail.