Jerome State Historic Park

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1674 Standing Stone Park Hwy, Hilham, TN 38568, United States

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Introduction of Jerome State Historic Park

Jerome State Historic Park is an Arizona state park that includes the Douglas Mansion, which was built in 1916 by a family of influential mining entrepreneurs in Jerome, Arizona, a mining region northeast of the Black Hills in east Yavapai County. The old Douglas Mansion now houses a museum.

After being closed since February 27, 2009, due to budget cuts and the need to repair the historic mansion, Jerome State Historic Park reopened on October 14, 2010. A state heritage grant and donations from the Douglas family helped fund the renovation and stabilisation. Thanks to additional funding raised by Yavapai County, the city of Jerome, and the Jerome Historical Society, the park is now open seven days a week.




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Jerome State Historic Park Trails

Looking for the best trails in Jerome State Historic Park for a challenging hike or a family outing? There are 1 great hiking trails, biking trails, running trails, and more on AllTrails. Enjoy hand-curated trail maps, as well as reviews and photos from other nature enthusiasts.

Are you prepared for your next hike or bike ride? Explore one of Jerome State Historic Park’s 1 easy hiking trails, which are suitable for the whole family. Looking for a more challenging hike? We’ve got you covered with trails ranging in elevation gain from 1 to 1 metre. Whatever you have planned for the day, Jerome State Historic Park has the perfect trail for you.


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