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FIRE BAN INFORMATION
Effective
Tuesday, May 27, 2014 through Friday, August 29, 2014
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.

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Events for 6/15/2013
Life along the Creek - Spur Cross
June 15 Saturday 7:00 am Life along the Creek (moderate) Join interpretive ranger Kevin Smith ...

Desert Edibles Walk - Usery Park
How have people survived off the land for thousands of years? Which desert plants are edible and whe ...

There’s a Rattlesnake on my Doorstep!-“County Parks are getting Wet ‘n’ Wild this Summer!'- McDowell
There’s a Rattlesnake on my doorstep! Life in the Phoenix area means living with rattlesnakes. So, ...

Archeology at White Tank Park (time change)
- Join Rangers on a trip to some of the lesser seen petroglyph sites in White Tank Park. Learn some ...

Scavenger Hunt - Estrella
This is a fun activity that you can do on your own, and at your own pace. Here's how it works: Ran ...

Survival Series 2 - Cave Creek Regional Park
Second of our series, we will address “Signaling and Shelters”. How will you get the attention of re ...

Desert Edibles - San Tan
Mmmmm! Tasty! Learn about some of the appetizing delicacies of the Sonoran Desert inside the comfo ...

Snake Feeding - Estrella
Stop by the Nature Center and watch our reptiles eat their lunch. Have you ever wondered how a snak ...

Cool Kids Sprinkler Fun - Estrella
Bring your kids to the park to enjoy some time outside. We will have a small area of sprinklers set ...

Desert 101 - Summer Series (Wet n Wild event)
Learn about being safe in the desert during the summer season. There are lots of other dangers other ...

There’s a Rattlesnake on my Doorstep!- Parks are getting Wet ‘n’ Wild this Summer!'- McDowell
Life in the Phoenix area means living with rattlesnakes. So, what DO you do if you find one in your ...

All About Monsoons - San Tan - Wet N Wild Program
This program is part of the “County Parks are getting Wet ‘n’ Wild this summer” series and we will b ...

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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
maricopacountyparks@mail.maricopa.gov

 
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