• Jerome State Historic Park - Jerome, Arizona

      Once the largest copper mine in Arizona, Jerome is now an artist colony and tourist town perched on the side of Cleopatra Hill. The Douglas Mansion, built by James S. Douglas who developed the rich lode, was donated to the Arizona State Parks in 1962 and houses exhibits of the family's and Jerome's mining history.

      If you go:
      The State Park is open Thursday through Monday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fee. Check ahead - Arizona has budget problems and this could change. RVs not recommended on 89A through Jerome. Fuel in Prescott and Cottonwood.


      Douglas Rd
      aka State Park Rd
      Jerome, Arizona 86331 USA

      Mailing address:
      PO Box D
      Jerome, AZ 86331 USA

      Phone Numbers:

      Jerome State Historic Park
      +1 (928) 634-5381