HomepageContact Us (Popup Window)
Site Map | Search | Phone Directory | Departments | Services
Return to Homepage  
   Parks Home   |  News   |  Search Parks   |  Parks Commission   |  Quick Glance

5/26/2015 - Extended due to dry conditions. A date to cancel the fire ban has not yet been determined.
Maricopa County's regional parks will initiate the annual fire ban. This includes banning the use of all campfire, fire pits and charcoal grills; however, it is still acceptable to use gas/propane grills in designated areas such as the ramada areas, semi-developed and developed camping sites, and along the shoreline at Lake Pleasant Regional Park. If the parks do not receive ample rain during the monsoon season, the Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department may extend the fire ban to protect the parks resources and ensure visitor safety. To learn more, click here.

<January 2014>

Events for 1/25/2014
Archery 101 a - Cave Creek Regional Park
Interested in archery? Why not give it a try? Participants will experience a fun and safe basic in ...

Storytime with the Author - Estrella
Local author Conrad Storad will read from one of his many popular children's books! Program will be ...

Super Saguaro Walk - Usery Park
Why do saguaros grow arms? Can you estimate the age of a saguaro? Can you drink water from one? I ...

Wag The Dog - San Tan
Calling all dogs. Calling all dogs. Now is the time to take your two legged friend for an upright wa ...

Basics of Bird Watching - Usery Park***CANCELLED***
Interested about getting into bird watching but don’t know where to start? Want to know which bird ...

Archery 101 b - Cave Creek Regional Park
Interested in archery? Why not give it a try? Participants will experience a fun and safe basic in ...

Desert Medicinals– McDowell Park
The desert is full of plants that have healing properties. Come find out which are considered to hav ...

"Just for Kids" - Kid vs. Wild - Usery Park
Kids, what would you do if you got lost in the desert? This fun program will teach you what to do! ...

Archery "Open Shoot" - Cave Creek Regional Park
For those who have successfully completed “Archery 101”, we will open the range for some “practice” ...

Mountain Biking for Beginners - Estrella
Interested in mountain biking but don’t know where to start? Where can I ride? What if I get a fla ...

Campground Nature Walk - Usery Park***CANCELLED***
Join park host, Sandy Hornbaker, for a late afternoon sojourn through our campground and nature trai ...

Venomous Reptiles - LIVE! - Usery Park
Join reptile expert, Cale Morris, for this exciting presentation of live venomous reptiles! Cale wi ...

Stargazing at Spur Cross
January 25 Saturday 7:30 pm Stargazing at Spur Cross (easy) Come watch the sky with us! Thi ...

Two Month Preview

Subscribe to Events <%= appSettings:ParkCalTitleShort %>

To filter on a specific park, click any link below

General Park Hours
Sun-Thu: 6am-8pm
Fri-Sat: 6am-10pm
- 365 days a year 

Headquarters Admin Hours
Mon-Fri: 8am-4pm
except holidays 

Maricopa County Parks & Recreation Dept.
The Headquarter Administrative Offices are located at:
41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Rd.
Unit Operations Center

Morristown, AZ 85342
Ph: 602-506-2930 or (928) 501-9200
Fax: (602)372-8596

Our Parks:  
Adobe Dam  |  Buckeye Hills  |  Cave Creek  |  Desert Outdoor Ctr  |  Estrella Mtn  |  Lake Pleasant  |  McDowell Mtn  |  San Tan Mtn  |  Spur Cross  |  Usery Mtn  |  White Tank
Main Parks Homepage  

To visit a city website, click on the link below...
Apache Junction | Avondale | Buckeye | Carefree | Cave Creek | Chandler | El Mirage | Fountain Hills | Gila Bend | Gilbert | Glendale | Goodyear | Guadalupe | Litchfield Park | Mesa | Paradise Valley | Peoria | Phoenix | Queen Creek | Scottsdale | Surprise | Tempe | Tolleson | Wickenburg | Youngtown



  Maricopa Home      Site Map      Legal Information      Privacy/Security Policies
Maricopa County Home Page
Maricopa County || 301 W. Jefferson St. || Phoenix, AZ 85003