You’ll Love Visiting Arizona’s Oldest State Park Where Time Stands Still

Arizona’s state parks don’t receive quite as much fanfare as national parks—but that just means they’re fantastic destinations hiding in plain sight. Some showcase the striking natural beauty of Arizona, while others preserve history for future generations. The best part is that these parks are located all around the state, so there’s a good chance one is sitting in your backyard!

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The Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park is located at 223 East Toughnut Street in Tombstone. You can find details about the park’s hours of operation, fees, and events by visiting the Arizona State Parks website.

If you want to visit another state park that’s a little more focused on nature than history, we bet you will love Red Rock State Park in Sedona! Read more in The One Spot In Arizona That’s Basically Heaven On Earth.