Basic Information

Located above the heat of the low desert, Tumacácori National Historical Park is in the mesquite highlands, close to 3,300 feet in elevation, where temperatures are five to ten degrees cooler than Tucson or Phoenix. Visiting the park in this moderate climate is pleasurable during any season of the year but remember to prepare accordingly. Bring layered clothing and drink plenty of water.

Entrance Fees:

Tumacácori Entrance Fee - Per Person - $5.00

Required for anyone 16 and older unless a guest of other pass holder. Valid for 7 days.

Entrance Passes:

Tumacácori Annual Pass - $20.00

Covers pass holder(s) plus three adult guests. Kids under 16 are always free. Photo ID of either pass holder required. Valid for 12 months from month of purchase.

Tumacácori Visitor Center

The historic 1937 visitor center building is the main entry point for those visiting the Tumacácori mission grounds.

Santa Rita Mountains

NPS Photo / Tom Brennan

Plan Ahead and Prepare!

Tumacácori is a fantastic place to visit, at any time of year. The pages here will get you started with your trip planning. Enjoy!

Operating Hours & Seasons
Fees & Passes
Permits & Reservations

Last updated: February 29, 2016

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 8067
Tumacacori, AZ 85640


(520) 377-5060

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