Coronado National Memorial
- Cochise County, AZ
- Official Website
In the mid-16th century, Francisco Vasquez de Coronado and his soldiers marched from Mexico into the San Pedro Valley searching for the Seven Cities of Cibola and its fabledgold. The National Park Service operates the 4,750-acre Memorial Park; it's also the beginning of the famous Arizona Trail, with its outstanding hiking and wildlife viewing opportunities. While at the Memorial's Visitor Center, explore the Coronado Cave. This cave is perfect for folks who would like a caving experience without rappelling, squeezing through tiny passageways or belly crawling. Allow 2 hours. Daylight picnic area; no overnight camping. Open 8am to 4pm daily. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Days. Hwy 92
- Open 8am to 4pm daily. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Days.
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