The "Junior Ranger Seek and Find" serves as a self-guided tour for kids of all ages and their families. Kids travel through the park looking for what is shown in each photo, and when they find it, they read about it. Upon completion of the tour and return to the visitor center, kids earn their Tumacácori Junior Ranger Badge.
Tours of Tumacácori Mission Church and Grounds
Anza Trail River Walks
Calabazas and Guevavi Missions Tour
All Calabazas / Guevavi missions tours require a minimum booking of nine persons before they will actually go. Participants will be notified if the their tour has been cancelled due to a lack of bookings. Maximum participants per tour is twelve persons.
Important Things to Know:
- You will need water, snacks, clothing appropriate for the weather, and comfortable walking shoes. No food or water is available. There is no shade or shelter along the trails. You must be prepared for the weather.
- There will be one restroom stop midway through the tour.
- The Calabazas and Guevavi missions tours are not wheelchair accessible.
- Participants must be able to walk on hills and rough trails, and to stand and walk for up to an hour at a time. There is no seating other than in the van while traveling between sites.
$25 - Fee charged for the Guevavi / Calabazas missions tours. The price includes the park entrance fee and transportation via 15-passenger van. These tours are led by a ranger or volunteer and do not include living history.
Participation on these tours is by advanced reservation only. To make reservations and purchase tour passes go to Recreation.gov.
For more tour information, please call the park at 520-377-5060.
Special Reserved Tours and Programs
For further information about these offerings, please call the park at 520-377-5060.
Did You Know?
Arizona takes its name from a ranch of the same name, meaning "the good oak tree" in Basque, established by Bernardo de Urrea in 1735 in the rugged, mountain country about forty miles southwest of Tumacácori.