The national park area, established in 1995 and is located in Denizli province's southeast, has a boundary with Honaz district, Karateke, and Menteşe Village in the north and Cankurtaran villages in the west. Mount Honaz, at an altitude of 2528 meters, is the tallest mountain in Denizli and the Aegean Region and is located near the western extremity of the Taurus Mountains. Its northern slopes run into the Büyük Menderes River's left tributary, while its southern slopes run into the Dalaman Stream basin, which is the source of the Acpayam Plain. The region's geomorphological significance ranks first among the national park's resource values.
The Honaz district is one of the essential cherry-growing areas in our country. After a delay in introducing the cherry throughout the country and later overseas, a festival has been held every year since 1991. These festivals host a variety of activities, including oil wrestling.
Many periglacial environments on the mountain have geomorphological shapes that define them. The region extends in the form of a horst as a significant collection of figures. As a result of tectonics and icing, it has taken on a highly steep aspect. 964 plant species have been identified in Honaz National Park, with 122 indigenous to Turkey. In the globe, only three plant species (honeybee, mullein, and saffron) grow only on Mount Honaz. Mountain goats are plentiful in Mount Honaz National Park, which is rich in wildlife.
Mount Honaz National Park has two main entrances, one on the north and one on the south. The national park's northern entrance is from the Honaz district, while the southern entrance is from the Cankurtaran excursion area.