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Oracle State Park, Oracle

#119 of 183 in Nature in Arizona
State Park · Hidden Gem · Park
Oracle State Park is a state park of Arizona, USA, preserving 3,948 acres (1,598 ha) in the northeastern foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains. The park is named after the nearby town of Oracle. Oracle State Park serves as a wildlife refuge, and is open every day from 9am - 5pm. In October 2011 Arizona State Parks agreed to reopen Oracle on a limited basis with a $40,000 budget if the park's Friends group can raise $21,000 in additional funds. The park has more than 15 miles (24 km) of hiking trails, including 7 miles (11 km) of the Arizona Trail.
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  • We loved the serene, peaceful feel of this park with its commanding views of the Santa Catalina mountains and the lovely restored historic ranch house. We took 45 minutes to walk the easy Nature...  more »
  • This is the Oracle State Park We first entered into the Visitor Center. The Visitor Center was the place of a family where they lived. There were paintings made by the children. It is a nice...  more »
  • My daughters and I had a wonderful day at Oracle. Lots of hiking throughout the day and a terrific speaker at night telling us amazing native American stories about the stars. Terrific experience
  • It quite and beautiful love to look at the stars from here get great shots with the right lens

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