• Montezuma Peak

    Coronado

    National Memorial Arizona

Laws & Policies

FIREARM REGULATIONS

The law governing possession of firearms inside a national park changed on February 22, 2010.

Visitors may possess firearms within a national park unit provided they comply with federal, state, and local laws.

The role of the responsible gun owner is to know and obey the federal, state, and local laws appropriate to the park they are visiting.

Please remember that federal law prohibits firearms in certain park facilities and buildings. These places are marked with signs at public entrances.

Home page: http://az.gov/
Statues: http://www.azleg.state.az.us/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp
Concealed Weapons: http://www.azdps.gov/Services/Concealed_Weapons/
State Reciprocity: http://www.azdps.gov/Services/Concealed_Weapons/Reciprocity/

Did You Know?

Coati in the oak trees

The Coati (Chulo in Spanish) is a member of the same family as the raccoon. Rare in the U.S., coatis can be found at Coronado National Memorial in southeastern Arizona. The coati is one of the few communal carnivores in the United States.