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  • Located on all of seventeen acres of open park area Heritage Park sits in South Pima, both locals and visitors will love the well laid area. Having Ramadas that are available on first-come first-...
  • This rather small park admeasuring about 4.3 acres in dimension is the spot for hectic activity. Having a ball field that is 246 feet it is used by young men and women interested in enjoying a sp...
  • This Park has a lake and playing equipment and spreads a little over seventeen acres that includes a golf course. Besides, there are four 1/2 basketball courts, playgrounds, picnic facilities, re...
  • Families enjoy this neighborhood park in Mesa that has the locals taking full advantage of the facilities. There is a lighted basketball court and playgrounds for kids to have all the fun. Ramada...
  • This Park is located at McCulloch Boulevard and hosts many Special Events thorough the year like celebrations on Memorial Day and Veterans Day to honor the soldiers. The Tree lighting ceremony is...
  • Located at Avalon Avenue and nestled in a quiet area of town the park has an exciting playground, covered ramadas, approximately 1/5 mile walking path, and a new dog park. Among the notable parks...
  • This is a state park of Arizona located on the shore of Lake Havasu. The park is located on State Route 95 in far southern Mohave County about 19 miles from Lake Havasu City. The park is public l...
  • Located on the island side of the Bridgewater Channel, across from Rotary Community Park, the London Bridge Beach is a waterside, greenbelt oasis, providing picnic ramadas, barbecues, playgrounds...
  • This was the spot of settlement of the Hohokam tribe by the picturesque site on the river and later a fort was built here to keep marauding Apaches out of Tucson. Eventually, the City of Tucson a...
  • Also known as `desert corner` in the tongue of the Tohono O`odham tribe this garden promotes conservation of the dry regions around Tucson and features a greenhouse, demonstration garden and geol...
  • Biosphere 2 Center is the handiwork of eight scientists to see how humans would cope in a sealed off environment. After the completion of the project the Biosphere remains operational and can be ...
  • The gardens are a tranquil oasis in the heart of Tucson. A brief stroll through them will make you aware of the deep beauty. What began as the family residence of Bernice and Rutger Porter is now...
  • Sedona has many community and pocket parks for the visitors and residents of Sedona. Jamesen Park is .38 acres and was one of the first city pocket parks to be created. It is located on the south...
  • Sedona’s Botanical Garden offers quiet spots on its .28 acres that showcases native plants, trees and shrubs. Located in the midst of the city hubbub in West Sedona, local citizens and vari...
  • Sunset Park is 7.46 acres and is Sedona`s newest park located at 655 Sunset Drive in West Sedona. The park features two play areas, including a shaded play area for small children. Visitors may e...
  • Posse Grounds Park laid out on all of 78.63 acres, is located at Posse Ground Road just south of West Sedona School. It is Sedona`s first park on the area that was used as a staging ground for th...
  • The Desert Botanical Garden opened in 1939 as a non-profit museum dedicated to research, education, conservation and display of desert plants. Spread on 145 acres, about 65 acres is under cultiva...
  • Known earlier as Waterworld Safari this water park now operates under a new name -- Wet `n` Wild Phoenix to feature water coaster, funnel ride, family raft ride, bowl ride, tube slides, body slid...
  • Big Surf Water Park opens up for the summers where you may catch the waves and beat the Arizona heat. This seasonal waterpark opens to the general public on May 21st and last day open for the sea...
  • This is the largest urban park lying northwest of downtown Phoenix. The huge 222 acres public park consists of picnic areas, a lagoon, boat house, swimming pool, nature trail, amusement park, fis...
  • This is a regional park of 105.9 acres in Flagstaff located along the Old Walnut Canyon road. With a playground created especially for younger children to play, older kids will have fun playing b...
  • This is the largest park in Flagstaff and it’s really wonderful with lots of people always up and about, even in the winter. Located just outside the town it offers beautiful views of the h...
  • This is one of Flagstaff’s neighborhood parks spreading over on 13.79 acres in area and has some nice grass. There is little shade so it is will make sense to go out when it is cooler.
  • Located near the intersection of Cherry Avenue and North Humphrey Street, Wheeler Park lies in the neighborhood of the historic downtown/railroad district and is at 212 W. Aspen Avenue across the...