Drive through the world's largest park, South Mountain Park Scenic Drive, a spacious 16,500 acres with many lookouts. ... More
South Mountain Park Scenic Drive
Drive through the world's largest park, South Mountain Park Scenic Drive, a spacious 16,500 acres with many lookouts. Fantastic views are offered of Phoenix and the surrounding valley at this no-fee area. Summit Lookout is at 2,330 feet and highlights the enormity of this sprawling desert area. For visitors, the Interpretive Center describes the heritage of the area and includes mining and botanical information. For an out-of-car experience, hike the trails and see the area's petroglyphs. Bring a lunch and enjoy the park's picnic areas complete with ramadas. Remember to bring sunscreen, hat and drinking water when visiting Arizona's parks.
Designed by David Graham and Gary Panks, this par 72 course moves away from the traditional desert landscape with mature
pine trees. Golf Digest has hailed it as the "the best service of any daily fee golf club in ...
This unusual piece of architecture, built from recycled bottles, granite and bricks in 1930, is a tribute from a father
to his daughter. Located near South Mountain, you may take tours through the castle. Largely constructed of native stone, ...
This upscale all suite hotel can be a home away from home if traveling for business or pleasure, since it
is ideal for extended stays.Located only minutes from Sky Harbor airport, this gorgeous hotel features 125 studio one and ...
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