Plan Your Visit
How To Get Here
Coronado National Memorial is tucked in a mountain canyon and shares a southern border with Mexico.
Places To Go
The visitor center is a great first stop in the park. There, you can grab a map from a ranger, explore the exhibits, and plan your day.
Visiting Coronado Cave
Are you planning a trip to Coronado Cave? Start here! Get information about what to expect, what gear to bring, and cave safety tips.
Birding at Coronado
The park is a great birding destination with a variety of habitats. See our birding page for a .pdf of the park's bird list.
Hike the Borderlands
8 miles of trails lead hikers into the mountains and oak forests of the park, including a trail to the US-Mexico international border.
Climb & Explore / Escala y Explora
Hike for your health! Hike a combined three miles in the park and earn a commemorative pin from a park ranger.
New Visitor Center Exhibits
Last year saw the installation of new exhibits and museum pieces. Be sure to visit us to see the new exhibits about the Coronado expedition, the legacy of Spanish and Native American cultures in the region, and the natural history of Coronado National Memorial.
Last updated: May 1, 2017