Arizona State Parks

Park nameCountySizeElevationEstablishedRemarksPhotography
Alamo Lake State ParkLa Paz & Mohave4,9002,0001,3004001969Features a remote reservoir on the Bill Williams River with premiere bass fishing and stargazingAlamo Lake and Artillery Peak.jpg
Boyce Thompson Arboretum State ParkPinal3231312,4007301976Comprises Arizona’s oldest and largest botanical gardenWildflowers, Boyce Thompson Arboretum.jpg
Buckskin Mountain State ParkLa Paz1,6776794201301967Provides water recreation on the Colorado River in the Parker Valley 
Catalina State ParkPima5,4932,2232,6508101974Preserves a diverse desert landscape at the foot of the Santa Catalina MountainsCatalinastateparkbyandruvalpy.jpg
Cattail Cove State ParkMohave2,0008104501401970Provides water recreation on Lake Havasu 
Dead Horse Ranch State ParkYavapai4231713,3001,0001972Provides outdoor recreation along the Verde RiverDead Horse Ranch.jpg
Fool Hollow Lake Recreation AreaNavajo8003206,3001,9001994Surrounds a 150-acre (61 ha) mountain reservoir 
Fort Verde State Historic ParkYavapai114.53,2609901970Interprets the best-preserved Indian Wars-era fort in Arizona, active from 1871–1891Fort Verde 02.jpg
Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State ParkYavapai3201304,318–5,4601,316–1,6642016Memorial to the nineteen members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots who died there on June 30, 2013 while fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire 
Homolovi State ParkNavajo4,5001,8004,9001,5001986Preserves several pueblo ruins and other Ancestral Puebloan archaeological sites 
Jerome State Historic ParkYavapai  5,0001,5001957Honors the Douglas family of mining entrepreneurs in their 1916 adobe mansionDouglas Mansion.jpg
Kartchner Caverns State ParkCochise  4,7001,4001988Preserves a limestone cave kept in near-pristine condition since its discovery in 1974Kartchner Big Room.jpg
Lake Havasu State ParkMohave9283764801501965Provides water recreation on Lake Havasu 
Lost Dutchman State ParkPinal3201302,0006101977Faces the Superstition Mountains, where the Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine is said to be hiddenSUPERSTITIONS AZ15.jpg
Lyman Lake State ParkApache1,2004906,0001,8001960Features Lyman Reservoir and a 14th Century pueblo ruinLymanLake01a.jpg
McFarland State Historic ParkPinal  1,5004601974Preserves a courthouse and jail from the Arizona Territory eraCourtroom, old Pinal courthouse.jpg
Oracle State ParkPinal3,9481,5983,7001,1001986Features an environmental learning center, a historic ranch house, and wildlife habitat in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains 
Patagonia Lake State ParkSanta Cruz2,6581,0763,7501,1401974Provides recreational opportunities on 265-acre (107 ha) Patagonia LakePlsp-boat.jpg
Picacho Peak State ParkPinal3,7471,5162,0006101965Features a distinctive 3,374-foot (1,028 m) peak and spring wildflowersPicacho Peak.JPG
Red Rock State ParkYavapai2861163,9001,2001986Preserves a section of scenic red rock canyonRed Rock State Park, AZ.jpg
Riordan Mansion State Historic ParkCoconino52.06,9002,1001978Interprets the 1904 adjoined homes of influential lumber-baron brothers Timothy and Michael RiordanRiordan state park flagstaff arizona.jpg
Roper Lake State ParkGraham3381373,1309501972Features a 32-acre (13 ha) fishing reservoir and a pond fed by a natural hot springRoper1-kmf.JPG
San Rafael State Natural AreaSanta Cruz3,5571,4394,7501,4501999Preserves a native grassland largely free of invasive plants. A former ranch complex is now a district on the National Register of Historic Places Not open to the publicSan Rafael Valley Arizona 2014.JPG
Slide Rock State ParkCoconino43174,9301,5001985Features a natural waterslide and a historic apple orchard in Oak Creek CanyonSlide Rock State Park in snow.jpg
Sonoita Creek State Natural AreaSanta Cruz9,5843,8793,7501,1401994Preserves a diverse transition zone around Sonoita Creek adjacent to Patagonia Lake State Park 
Tombstone Courthouse State Historic ParkCochise  4,5391,3831949Preserves the historic 1882 courthouse, sheriff’s office, and jailTombstone-courthouse-shp-courtroom.jpg
Tonto Natural Bridge State ParkGila161654,5301,3801969Features the world’s largest natural arch made of travertineTonto Natural Bridge.JPG
Tubac Presidio State Historic ParkSanta Cruz  3,5001,1001958Preserves the ruins of the 1753 Presidio San Ignacio de Tubac, an 1885 schoolhouse, and other structures plus a museumJbda-trail-az-3.jpg
Verde River Greenway State Natural AreaYavapai4801903,3001,0001986Preserves a 6-mile (9.7 km) section of the Verde River adjacent to Dead Horse Ranch State Park 
Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic ParkYuma  120371997Interprets an 1864 U.S. Army facility that supplied 14 military posts around the SouthwestWarehouse yumaquartermasterdepot.jpg
Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic ParkYuma  120371960Interprets the famous Arizona Territory prison that operated from 1876 to 1909Yuma prison main guard tower.jpg