Location

Oracle Locator Map

Elevation 3,700 - 4,600 feet  Fees

Contact the Park:
(520) 896-2425
Oracle SP
3820 Wildlife Drive
Oracle, AZ 85623

Facilities

Restrooms Gift Shop Exhibits Group: Day Use Areas Picnic Areas/Shelters Hiking Trails Equestrian Trails Biking Wildlife Viewing

Nearest Services: 1 mile

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511 Speed Code

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Park's Speed Code: 4228#

Fees

Park Entrance Fees:
Per Vehicle (1-4 Adults): $7.00
Individual/Bicycle: $3.00

Fee Schedule

Friends Group

Friends of Oracle State Park, Inc.

Friends of Oracle State Park, Inc., a nonprofit corporation

Ongoing Weekends:

Guided Tour of the historic Kannally Ranch House -

10am and again at 2pm, every Saturday and Sunday

Learn more about one of the earliest cattle ranching families to Oracle, and the architectural treasure they left behind, on a 45-minute Docent or Ranger-led tour of the Kannally family home. The Mediterranean-Revival Style ranch house built in 1929, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. No reservation is needed. Free with park admission.

Lee Kannally paintings exhibit continues

An exhibit of impressionist-style paintings by self-taught cowboy artist Lee Kannally is on display at the Kannally Ranch House. Nearly 30 oils, many that haven’t been on public display for decades, are included in the exhibit, with 24 on loan from the Oracle Historical Society and the remainder owned by Friends of Oracle State Park.

Wildlife Slide Show

See what’s showing up at waterhole cameras in the park

Annual Events

March - June: Music in the Park

Spring music concert series presents live music on the scenic patio at the park. Presented by the Friends of Oracle State Park, this yearly tradition is a wonderful way to enjoy the beauty of the park.

Spring: Basket Making Workshop

Unique oppotunity to create your own basket.

August: Bug Fest

Bug Fest is a great children's activity event that happens each year in August.

Past Events

Fiesta de las Calabazas

Dead Horse Ranch Volunteer Photograph
Kids enjoy many activities at this event, including pumpkin decorating.

This fall celebration brings art, music, pumpkins, food and fun to Oracle State Park. The Fiesta de las Calabazas promotes eco-tourism and heritage-tourism, fosters awareness of the natural environment, and showcases the cultural and artistic diversity present in the communities of Oracle, San Manuel, and Mammoth as well as neighboring towns in southern Arizona.

At the event, vendors present locally hand-made arts and crafts, non-profit groups hand out information, and visitors enjoy the scenic vistas of the surrounding wildlife preserve. A Fiesta Raffle benefits the Friends of Oracle State Park, while the popular Kids Area provides hands-on educational activities.

Holiday Wreath-Making Workshop

Hone your botanical knowledge and make a decorative wreath using natural plant material gathered at the park. Listen to Interview about this event.

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