Parking at Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park is limited and shuttle service is currently suspended. Please plan accordingly.

The Hotshots

On June 30, 2013, Nineteen of the 20 members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, an elite crew trained to fight wilderness fires, died as they battled a fire outside of Yarnell. The Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park is dedicated to their sacrifice.

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Programs & Events

New programs and events are added to the park calendar each month. Check back right here for the latest news and for Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park.


Follow the Hotshot Trail to an overlook of the Yarnell Valley below. Then take the Journey Trail to pay respects to the fallen Hotshot firefighters at the Fatality Site.

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Park and Facility Hours

Sunrise - Sunset

Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park offered a free shuttle service in anticipation of increased visitation for the five-year anniversary. This shuttle service has been suspended during the hotter summer months with a goal to restart in the fall. To achieve this, we are seeking a public/private partnership within the community. If interested, please contact Mel Green, 602.542.1998 or [email protected].

Park Entrance Fee


Donations can be made at the park. Tax-deductible online donations are accepted through the Arizona State Parks Foundation.