• Sunlight illuminates the top of historic Mission San José de Tumacácori church.


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  • Anza Trail Impassable in Areas

    Due to a large flood event, sections of the Anza Trail between the mission grounds and Tubac are impassable to both hikers and horses. Visitors may use the trail north to the first river crossing, but travel beyond that point is not recommended.

  • Pet Policy

    In compliance with the Code of Federal Regulations and Superintendent's Compendium, Tumacácori prohibits pets from all government buildings and the mission grounds. More »


Fiesta de Tumacácori is supported by donations

La Fiesta de Tumacácori is supported by donations from the Friends of Tumacácori and others.

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Donations make a difference by directly helping our parks.

You can donate to Tumacácori National Historical Park in a variety of ways:
· give a cash donation
· make a gift to honor a person or a special event
· request donations to the park in lieu of gifts
· support a specific park fund or program
· make a bequest
· leave a legacy
· donate your time and skills by becoming a park volunteer.

Donations can be made to the park's general donation fund to be used as needed, or you may specify a particular project that you wish to support. Many park programs can use a financial boost, including the youth program, education, transportation for school groups coming to the park, visitor services and safety, and projects that protect natural and cultural resources.

For more information, click this e-mail us link or call 520-377-5060.

To donate directly to the park, please send a check or money order payable to "National Park Service" to:

Tumacácori National Historical Park
P.O. Box 8067
Tumacacori, AZ 85640

If your donation is in someone's honor, please include the name and address of that person so that they can receive an acknowledgement note.

Your support is much needed and greatly appreciated!

Did You Know?

Anza Expedition camp

Captain Juan Bautista de Anza of Tubac led over 300 people from here to the San Francisco Bay in 1775-76 to establish a Spanish colony and presidio there.