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.
Here, the friendly staff serves up a bountiful array of farm fresh soups, salads and over stuffed sandwiches that you
can enjoy in the peace and serenity of a shady grove of pecan trees. Great fun for the whole ...
Towering 1,400 feet, this mountain features the unmistakable shape of a camel's hump. North trailhead offers sheer red cliffs rising
200 feet vertically in some areas, which beckon rock climbers. Facilities are limited at the Echo Canyon Recreation Area ...
Greyhound racing is a sure bet for excitement and has entertained countless visitors. Located centrally, it is easily accessed from
all parts of the Valley. Enjoy pari mutuel betting every night, year round, at 7:30p. Seasoned bettors and newbies ...
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