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Estrella Park Campgrounds

Estrella Mountain Park offers 7 full hookup RV camp sites. Full hookup sites are $18.00 per night. Group camping is permitted for a night or two in certain areas of the park. Group camping is $5

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White Tank Riding Stables

The White Tank Riding Stables, located at the entrance to the White Tank Mountain Regional Park, offers a unique western horseback riding experience in a 30,000 acre pristine Sonoran Desert environment.

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Boyce Arboretum Visitors Center

The Boyce Arboretum Visitors Center offers various exhibits and a gift shop with snacks, books, prints, posters, and seed packets. You can also purchase cactus, other succulents, trees, shrubs, ground cover, and herbs.

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Boyce Arboretum Trails

In the Boyce Thompson Arboretum's 323 acre park there are more than two miles of winding paths and shaded trails for visitors to explore. Arizona newspaper reader polls voted BTA the "best day trip" in Arizona.

, AZ Hiking Trails

Boyce Arboretum Birdwatching

The Northern Cardinal, Yellow-breast Chat, warblers and nesting hummingbirds are among the species to see at Boyce Thompson Arboretum this summer. Gambel'

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White Tank Hiking

White Tank Mountain Regional Park offers approximately 25

, AZ Hiking

White Tank Camping

White Tank Park offers family camping and Group Camping areas. The Family Campground consists of 40

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Estrella Park Trails

Estrella Park offers over 33 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Park Trails range in length from 2.3 miles to 8.8 miles and range in difficulty from easy to strenuous. If you are looking for an easy, relatively short hike, the 2.3

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Lost Dutchman State Park Trails

Please use caution when hiking at the park. Those planning to use the longer trails should carry a topographic map. Each person should carry at least one gallon of drinking water per day. Remember summer temperatures often exceed 100F. The park is located 5

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Picacho Peak State Park Trails

Hiking trails at the park vary in difficulty. Weather can be unpredictable. Please be safe and wear suitable hiking boots. Gloves and water (2 liters per person) are strongly recommended. Hunter Trail: 2.0 miles; difficult;

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