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AZ BOWLING
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AZ ART GALLERIES


 
 
 

EDGE GALLERY

1121 N. First St.., Phoenix. (602) 253-5151. Free. Theater and Gallery featuring changing exhibits by the Arizona Artists Guild.

ELEVEN EAST ASHLAND

 11 E. Ashland Ave., Phoenix. (602) 257-8543. Free. An independent art space featuring contemporary art in all media.

ASU WEST ART GALLERY

Second floor of University Center Building. 4701 W. Thunderbird Road, Phoenix. (602) 543-2787. Free. Hosts a variety of exhibitions featuring works of faculty, students, and prominent national and international artists.

ASU DOWNTOWN CENTER GALLERIA

502 E. Monroe St., Phoenix. (480) 965-3046. Free. Dedicated to promotint the talents of Arizona Artists ans ASU students and staff.

ALWUN HOUSE FOUNDATION

1204 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix. (602) 253-7887. Free. An alternative multimedia gallery/artspace showing eccentric works by local artists.

ARTLAB 16

515 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix. (602) 242-0126. free. A creative laboratory for the arts.

KALIMAH CREATIONS

696 E. Southern Ave., Phoenix AZ 85040, (480) 276-4281.Universal Art Gallery & Quality Custom Picture Framing, Prints & Limited Editions. Ethnic Art, Sculptures, gifts and framing. 

ZUVA GALLERY

at El Pedregal, 34505 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale (480)488-6000. Exhibiting top Zimbabwean stone sculptors.

CULTURAL EXCHANGE GALLERY

4235 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale. (480) 941-0900.

PINNACLE GALLERY

Pinnacle Peak & Pima roads, Scottsdale. (480) 563-9800. Classic and new metal pieces.

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AZ MUSEUMS



 
 

ARIZONA AFRICAN ART MUSEUM

400 N. Fifth St., in the APS building, Phoenix. (602) 307-0893. Free.

ASU ART MUSEUMMATTHEWS CENTER

10th street and Mill Avenue, Tempe. (480) 965-2787.

HEARD MUSEUM

2301 N. Central Ave., Phoenix. (602) 252-8848. Celebrating Native Cultures, Native American art.

HEARD MUSEUM NORTH

El Pedregal, 34505 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale. (480) 488-9817. Celebrating Native American cultures and art.

ASU ART MUSEUM, NELSON FINE ARTS CENTER

Mill Avenue and 10th Street, Tempe.  (480) 965-8795.

FLEISCHER MUSEUM

17207 N. Perimeter Drive, Scottsdale.  (480) 585-3108.

MESA SOUTHWEST MUSEUM

53 N. MacDonald St., Mesa. (480) 644-2230.

PHOENIX ART MUSEUM

1625 N. Central Ave., Phoenix. (602) 257-1222.

SCOTTSDALE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

7380 E. Second St., Scottsdale. (480) 994-2787.

SHEMER ART CENTER

5005 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix. (602) 262-4727.

WEST VALLEY ART MUSEUM

17420 N. Avenue of the Arts, Surprise. (623) 972-0635.

TACTILE MUSEUM FOR THE BLIND & VISUALLY IMPAIRED.

1235 E. Harmont Drive, Phoenix. (602) 678-5814.

PHOENIX MUSEUM OF HISTORY

5th St. between Washington & Monroe Sts. (602)253-2734

GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER MUSEUM & CULTURAL CENTER

415 E. Grant Street Phoenix.Please RSVP to Curator, Debbie Johnson (602) 254-7516 for more information. Celebrating Arizona's African American history.

HALL OF FLAME MUSEUM OF FIREFIGHTING

6101 E. Van Buren St., Phoenix. (602) 275-3473

ARIZONA MILITARY MUSEUM

5636 E. McDowell Road, Phoenix. (602) 267-2676.

MESA HISTORICAL MUSEUM

2345 N. Horne St., Mesa. (480_ 835-7358.

ARIZONA RAILWAY MUSEUM

399 N. Delaware St., Chandler. (480) 821-1108.

ARIZONA HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM

Papago Park, 1300 N. College Avenue, Tempe. (480) 929-0292.

ARIZONA WILDLIFE MUSEUM

5900 E. Main St., Mesa (480) 832-1111.

BUFFALO MUSEUM OF AMERICA

10261 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale. (480) 951-1022.

 

 

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AZ ATTRACTIONS



 
 

ARTS

 

ARTLINK'S First Fridays

(602) 256-7539. Self-guided tours of downtown Phoenix galleries and art spaces. Free DASH shuttles will be available for travel between selected spaces. Free.

AMUSEMENT

 

Phoenix Zoo

455 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix. (602) 273-1341.

Arizona Science Center

600 E. Washington St., Phoenix. (602) 716-2000.

Kiwanis Park Recreation 
Center
Indoor Wave Pool

6111 S. All American Way, Tempe.(480) 350-5201.

Castles and Coasters

9445 N. Metro Parkway East, Phoenix. (602) 997-7575. Outdoor center with miniature golf and roller coasters, bumper cars and arcade.

Gameworks

Arizona Mills Mall, I-10 & Baseline. Video arcade & carnival games, restaurant and bar.

Wildlife World Zoo

165th and Northern avenues, Litchfield Park, (623) 935-9453. Forty acres of animals and exhibits.

SunSplash

Wet and wild fun thanks to a traditional wave pool, water slides and a float-in river Land lovers will appreciate the Golfland amusement park on the same property  which offers golf and go-cart races. Hours vry. Admission: $5-$17. 155 W. Hampton Ave., Mesa 480-834-8318.

Water-World Safari

This jungle-themed playground is loaded with tropical adventures such as the Serengeti Surf wave pool, the Black Mamba slides and Jungle Jim's wading pool. Adventure seekers can climb a faux Kilimanjaro, then zoom down one of two 6 story tall speed slides. Slower  adventures include a river float with inner tubes, waves and mild rapids. 10AM - 8PM Mon-Thur. 10AM - 9PM Fri & Sat. 11AM - 7PM Sun. Admission: $5-$17. 4243 W. Pinnacle Peak Road, 
Phoenix 602-581-8446.

Big Surf

The highlight of this Polynesian paradise is the manmade Waikiki Beach, which contains more than 2 million gallons of water.  Boogie board lessons are offered 3 times a week. Attractions include a water playground, high-speed body slides and a volley-ball/ basketball area.  Hours: 10AM -6PM Mon-Sat. & 11AM-7PM Sun. Admission $5-$17. 1500 N. McClintock Drive, Tempe. 480-947-2477.

Desert Botanical Garden

1201 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix. (602) 941-1225. Fascinating collection of desert plants from around the world.

Out of Africa Wildlife Park

Off fort McDowell Road, two miles north of the Beeline Highway and Shea Blvd. near Fort McDowell. (602) 837-7779. 

Goldfield Ghost Town

31/2 miles north of Apache Junction on State Highway 88, (480) 983-0333.Old gold-mining town features mine tours, gold panning, jewelry, jeep and helicopter tours.

Jeepers!

2726 S. Alma School Road, Mesa. (480) 820-8300. Indoor children's entertainment center offers amusement park rides, arcade games, etc.

RAWHIDE

Relive the old West at Rawhide Wild West Town.  Our 1880's town provides the very best western experience with a full day of family adventure, including over twenty rides, games and attractions, and daily performances by our high-fallin' Rough Rider stunt men.  If you like to shop, we have more than fifteen shops to explore.  And if you're hungry, Rawhide's Steakhouse serves up tasty mesquite grilled steaks along with other western vittles and live entertainment nightly. 

Rawhide is located on Scottsdale Road, just four miles north of Bell Road in Scottsdale, Arizona. Our town is open from 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM, Monday through Thursday and 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. 

For additional information about Rawhide events, attractions, shops and restaurants, or to make Steakhouse Reservations, please call us at (480) 502-1880 or (800) 527-1880.

Turf Paradise

Horse Racing: 
Location 
1501 West Bell Rd. 
Phoenix, AZ 85023 
Located 18 miles north of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport; 14 miles northwest of downtown Phoenix; approximately 9 miles east of Sun City; a short drive from Scottsdale and the East Valley region. 
Group Rates 
Luncheon parties may be arranged at reduced rates for groups of 10 or more, including conventions, clubs, service and charitable organizations. For information and reservations, contact the Group Sales Department at (602) 375-6478. 
www.turfparadise.com

McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park

7301 E. Indian Bend Road, Scottsdale, (480) 312-2312. Railroad train ride, museum and gift shop.

Arizona Exposition & State Fair

1826 W. McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85007 
Tel: 602-252-6771, Fax: 602-495-1302 
info@azstatefair.com , www.azstatefair.com

Laser Tag

Light guns......bilevel maze.......cranked up music......zap your friends. 
The cost is $6 per round at the Valley's two Laser Quest Centers, 2035 S. Alma School Road, Mesa at 480-752-0005 and 3335 W. Peoria Ave., Phoenix, at 602-548-0005. Call for information on private parties

Rock Climbing

The indoor Phoenix Rock Gym is the perfect place for beginners or xperienced climbers who don't want to scale cliff's in the blazing sun.  The cost is $10 for an all-day pass, plus $5 if you don't have your own gear.  1353 E. University Drive, Tempe 480-931-3822.

Slide Rock State Park

Slide Rock is a 30-foot stretch of water that swimmers have converted into a natural water slide and swimming hole. Popular with kids and very crowded on summer weekends, the park also offers fishing, hiking and picnicking.  Slide Rock is 7 miles north of Sedona off Arizona 89A. Admission is $5 per vehicle and $1 per individual or bicycle. Details: 520-282-3034

Snow Bowl Summer Skyride

The Snow Bowl ski lift still operates long after the white stuff has melted from the slopes. The 25-minute chair ride rises to 11,500 feet and offers spectacular views of Arizona's north country.  From Flagstaff drive seven miles northwest on U.S. 180 to Snow Bowl Road (Forest Road 516). Turn north (right) and drive seven miles to Snow Bowl Lodge and the Sky Ride. Hours are 10AM - 4PM daily. and the cost is $9. Details: 520-779-1951.

Biosphere 2

Public tours are available to learn more about the once infamous research project, now controlled by Columbia University.  The best news for overheated Arizonians is that everything is temperature controlled to maintain the balance of the mini-ecosystem.  Take I-10 to Tucson and turn left on 
Ina Road.  Drive east on Ina Road.  Drive east on Ina to Oracle Road (Arizona 77) and make a left. Head North until milepost 96.5 and turn right. Follow the road to Biosphere 2. Details: 520-896-6200 or 1-800-828-2462.

Kartchner Caverns

Book reservations months in advance.  Temperatures hover around 68 degrees year round. Tours are limited to about 500 people each day, in order to protect the moisture balance that keeps the cave alive.  Tours are $14. Besides relief from the heat, another Kartchner's attraction is the "Kubla Khan." At 58 feet tall it's the biggest column in the state.  The system of caverns is a living cave which means stalagmites, stalactites and other formations are growing 
and have been for 500,000 years as water drips, flows and pools. The caverns were discovered in 1974 and kept secret for 14 years. Off of Arizona 90, nine miles south of Interstate 10 (Exit 302) near Benson. Reservations can be made by calling 520-586-CAVE.

 

 

SKI RESORTS /  
ICE SKATING

 

Arizona Snowbowl

Hwy 180 * Snowbowl Road. (520) 779-1951. Flagstaff Nordic Center & Hart Prarie Lodge. Ski Resort.

Sunrise Park

McNary, Az. (520) 735-7669.Operated by the WhiteMountain Apache Tribe. Winter skiing/Summer recreation.

Mormon Lake Ski Center

Coconino National Forest, Mormon Lake, AZ. (520) 354-2240.

Oceanside Ice Arena

1520 McClintock Rd., Tempe (480) 947-2470. Ice Skating Rink.Open year round. 200 x 90 foot Ice Surface.

SKATING

 

The Great Skate

10054 N. 43rd Avenue, Glendale. 842-1181. The largest roller skating rink in Arizona.

Surfside Skateland

1625 E. Weber Dr., Tempe. (480) 968-9600.Roller Skating.

SPORTS

 

The Phoenix Open

PGA Tour Pros www.phoenixopen.com 
Championship Golf  Tournament 480-870-0163 

The Cactus League

BASEBALL: Scottsdale Stadium hosts the San Francisco Giants as they play other Cactus League teams during the spring training in March. Schedule & ticket info call: 1-800 SFGiant. Stadium events:480-312-2580 
Arizona Cactus League: 
Angels - Tempe 
Athletics - Phoenix 
Brewers - Maryvale 
Cubs - Mesa 
Diamondbacks - Tucson 
Giants - Scottsdale 
Mariners - Peoria 
Padres - Peoria 
Rockies - Tucson 
White Sox - Tucson

Fiesta Bowl Football Classic

www.tostitosfiestabowl.com 
A long time ago, the thought of a bowl game and festival of events in Arizona was simply a crazy idea. Could it ever get started? Could it be successful? Would anyone care?  More than 30 years later, the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl has hosted four national championship games and continues to pioneer the way collegiate post-season football is celebrated.  The Fiesta Bowl Festival consists of 51year-round spectator and participatory events. And more than 2,500 volunteers dedicate their time and effort to making the Fiesta Bowl "America's Number One Bowl Game." It was just a dream that has become a reality.

Phoenix Rock Gym

1353 E. University Drive, Tempe. 480-921-8322  No experience is required to participate in Arizona's largest indoor rock climbing gym.

Arizona Rattlers 

Arena Football League 602-514-8300

Phoenix Coyotes

National Hockey League  480-563-7825

Arizona Cardinals

National Football Association  602-379-0101

Arizona Diamondbacks

Major League Baseball  602-524-8400

Phoenix International Raceway

NASCAR & Indy  602-252-3833

Phoenix Mercury

 Women's National Basketball Association  602-252-9622

Grand Canyon State Winter Games

Games are held in Maricopa County and Flagstaff February - March. 
Website: www.gcsg.org  State Games Office: 480-517-9700

CASINOS

 

Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino

15406 Maricopa Road, Maricopa, (480) 802-5000

Fort McDowell Casino

You can also call locally (480) 837-1424 or Toll free 
1-800-THE-FORT (1-800-843-3678) and an operator will direct your call. Fort McDowell Casino is easy to get to, located on the Fort McDowell Indian Community, NW corner of Fort  

McDowell Road and State Route 87 (Beeline Highway) 2 miles North of Shea Blvd. 60 miles south of Payson, AZ. Just east of Fountain Hills, AZ. Minutes from Scottsdale, Arizona
www.fortmcdowellcasino.com

Gila River Casinos

1-800-WIN-GILA

Casino Arizona at Salt River

Just ten minutes from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, our McKellips 
location gives you quick access to 500 slots, a 50-table all-limit card 
 room Arizona 21-player vs.player, OTB, Keno and Bingo. We have 4 
new restaurants including a unique buffet, 4 lounges that include a 
 piano bar and a live entertainment showroom, gift shop, complimentary 
valet parking, and free shuttle service. We're adjacent to Scottsdale, 
so any other resort amenity you can think of is right next door.  
Locations: 
101 Freeway & McKellips Rd 480) 850-7777 
101 Freeway & Indian Bend Rd

 

 

 

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AZ BILLIARDS



 
 
 

Q N Brew 
3400 S. Mill Ave., Tempe 
480-968-3722

SixShooters Sports Bar and Grill 
705 S. Rural Road, Tempe 
480-557-6820

Main Street Billiards 
1749 W. Main St., Mesa 
480-969-7898

Kolby's Corner Pocket Billiards 
1301 E. University Drive, Tempe 
480-929-7344

Tommy's Billiards 
526 W. Broadway Road, Mesa 
480-833-8339

Barr's Billiards 
4210 E. Main St., 
Suite 11
 
Mesa
, 480-654-1027

Mill Cue Club 
607 S. Mill Ave., Tempe 
480-966-0068

Lazy Q Billiards 
1515 N. Gilbert Road, Gilbert 
480-497-8503

Doc and Eddy's 
909 E. Minton Drive, Tempe 
480-831-0635

Rack and Q Inc. 
1328 E. Apache Blvd., Tempe 
480-968-4346

 

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AZ BOWLING



 
 

Kyrene Lanes 
6225 W. Chandler Blvd., Chandler 
480-961-3388

AMF Mesa Lanes 
2115 E. Southern Ave., Mesa 
480-926-0051

Brunswick Mesa Lanes 
1754 W. Southern Ave., 
480-834-0588

Mesa East Bowl 
9260 E. Broadway Road, Mesa 
480-984-1158

AMF Chandler Lanes 
1900 N. Arizona Ave., Chandler 
480-963-0150

AMF Apache Lanes 
816 E. Main St., Mesa 
480-969-1391

Tempe Bowl 
1100 E. Apache Blvd.,Tempe 
480-967-1656

Country Club Bowl 
140 N. Country Club Drive, Mesa 
480-969-1386

AMF Tempe Village 
4407 S. Rural Road, Tempe 
480-831-5322

 

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AZ SPAS



 
 

SPAS

 

 

 

Westward Look Resort

At the Westward Look Resort, the Wellness Center offers an exfoliation treatment using cornsilk that promotes healthier skin. The Three Muds Body Masque employs Sedona red mud applied to the body's energy points, Catalina dust on the face and feet, and Pevonda Moor mud on the entire body to cleanse it of toxins. 
Call (800) 722-2500 or (520) 297-1151 for more information at Westward. 

Miraval, Life in Balance

Miraval, Life in Balance, in the scenic Santa Catalina Mountain foothills, teaches principles of "mindful living". The Equine Experience helps guests understand how body language and non-verbal communication affects stress levels and relationships with others. The hot stone massage uses heated basalt stones to rejuvenate and detoxify. 
Call (800) 232-3969 or (520) 825-4000 for more information at Mirival.

Canyon Ranch

Canyon Ranch, widely considered one of the top spas in the world in terms of activities, food and treatments, focuses on teaching healthy living techniques that guests take home with them. In addition to resort accommodations, hikes, fitness classes and outstanding spa services, week long Life Enhancement programs cover weight management and smoking cessation. 
Call (520) 749-9000 for more information at Canyon Ranch. 

Omni Tucson National Golf Resort & Spa

A native grains exfoliation treatment that uses earthen grains to soften and nourish the skin is one of the most popular spa services at the Omni Tucson National Golf Resort & Spa. Three nine-hole golf courses also help guests get in shape. 
Call (520) 297-2271 for more information at Omni

Loews Ventana Canyon Resort

In addition to an exceptionally beautiful natural setting, Loews Ventana Canyon Resort has a 7,000-square-foot spa with tennis court and a selection of massages, facials, reflexology and other treatments. The outdoor lap pool, par course and two championship golf courses provide alternate workout possibilities. 
Call (800) 327-9090 or (520) 749-9000 for more information at Loews.

Spa at the Camelback Inn

At the Spa at the Camelback Inn a uniquely Southwestern adobe clay treatment, inspired by the ancient healing rituals of Native American cultures, purifies the skin and body. The clay is removed with a stimulating cactus fiber cloth, and the body is smoothed with warmed juniper and sage oils. 
Call (800) 24-CAMEL or (480) 948-1700 for more information on The Spa.

Gainey Ranch

The spa at the Hyatt Regency Scottsdale at Gainey Ranch uses natural food ingredients for a unique exfoliation treatment. Papaya and pineapple enzymes mixed with glycolic acid creates a body-smoothing skin preparation that soothes and heals. 
Call (800) 633-7313 or (480) 991 3388 for more information on Gainey Ranch.

Phoenician Resort 

The ultra-luxurious Phoenician Resort is home to the famous Centre for Well-Being where a meditation atrium provides a tranquil environment for guests to learn the ancient art of meditation. Aerobics are conducted in a studio with a golf course view, and The Choices Bar offers sixteen sparkling and still waters from around the world. 
Call (800) 888-8234 or (480) 941-8200 for more information on the Phoenician.

Arizona Biltmore Resort

The classic Arizona Biltmore Resort has just completed a new $3.5 million spa that features an extensive menu of body wraps, detoxifying facials, full body mud baths and exfoliating massages. 
Call (800) 950-0086 or (602) 955-6600 for more information on The Biltmore. 

Enchantment Resort

In Sedona, Enchantment Resort offers open-air massages with a view of the area's spectacular red rocks. An unusual massage called Watsu, involves stretching and pressure-point therapy conducted in 94-degree water. Corn meal is used for the overall exfoliation treatment. 
Call (800) 826-4180 or (520) 204-6260 for more information on Enchantment. 

Los Abrigados Resort & Spa 

Sedona, Los Abrigados Resort & Spa has rooms (at least some of them) with patio hot tubs for bubbling under the stars. The spa has a full assortment of treatments and activities. 
Call (800) 521-3131 or (520) 282-1777 for more information on Los Abrigados.

Rex Ranch

Thirty miles south of Tucson, Rex Ranch provides a wonderful connection with the Sonoran Desert through its secluded setting. Spa offerings include movement classes, guided hikes, yoga, Swedish and sports massages as well as La Stone, a massage that involves moving heated basalt river rocks quickly over the body. Integrated body therapies like cranio- sacral, reiki and aromatherapy are part of the experience.

 

 

 
 
 

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AZ PARKS and LAKES



 
 

PARKS & LAKES

 

 

 

Lake Mead

Lake Mead National Recreation Area (NRA) offers a wealth of things to do and places to go year-round. 
Its huge lakes cater to boaters, swimmers,sunbathers, and fishermen while its desert rewards 
 hikers, wildlife photographers, and roadside sightseers. Three of America's four desert 
 ecosystems--the Mojave, the Great Basin, and the Sonoran Deserts--meet in Lake Mead NRA. As a 
 result, this seemingly barren area contains a surprising variety of plants and animals, some of which may be found nowhere else in the world. 
ADDRESS: 
       601 Nevada Highway 
       Boulder City, NV 89005
 

 TELEPHONE: 702-293-8936 

Lake Mead Resort 
Phone - 1 (800) 752-9669 
Location - Boulder Beach area. Mailing address: 322 Lakeshore 
Road
, Boulder City, NV 89005
, (702) 293-3484. 
Motel: (702) 293-2074 
Available Facilities - Restaurant/lounge, marina, boat rentals, motel, store, dry boat storage,boat gas, personal watercraft rentals, limited boat/motor repair and launch ramp.

Lake Powell

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (NRA) offers unparalleled opportunities for water-based and backcountry recreation. The recreation area stretches hundreds of miles from Lees Ferry in Arizona to the Orange Cliffs of southern Utah, encompassing scenic vistas, geologic wonders, and a panorama of human history. Additionally, the controversy surrounding the construction of Glen Canyon Dam and the creation of Lake Powell contributed to the birth of the modern day environmental movement. 

 For further information call (520) 645-3532. The Association also conducts free tours of Glen Canyon Dam. Call the Carl Hayden Visitor Center for times. 
Toll Free: 1-888-261-7243  Local: 520-645-2741 
 Email: chamber@pagelakepowellchamber.org 
 Mail: P.O. Box 727 
 Page, AZ 86040

Arizona State Parks

1300 W. Washington, Phoenix, Arizona 85007 
Tel & TTY (602) 542-4174 
Fax (602) 542-4180 
From Area Code 520 call toll free 1-800-285-3703 
http://www.pr.state.az.us

Grand Canyon National Park

PO Box 129 
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
 
Phone: 520-638-7888, TDD: 520-638-7805

PHOENIX METRO AREA

 

Encanto Park

15th Avenue and Encanto blvd, phoenix. (602) 262-6412. 222 acre 
oasis with picnic area, lagoon, boathouse, swimming pool, nature trail, amusement park, fishing, golf, paddle boats, canoes, tennis & basketball courts.

Tempe Town Lake

Rio Salado operations Center, 620 N. Mill Ave., Tempe. (480)350-8625. Boat rides, lake, picnic areas.

 

 

NORTHERN REGION

 

 

Dead Horse Ranch State Park (Recreational/Camping) 
Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area (Recreational/Camping) 
Fort Verde State Historic Park (Historic) 
Homolovi Ruins State Park (Archeology/Recreation/Camping) 
Jerome State Historic Park (Historic) 
Lyman Lake State Park (Recreational/Camping) 
Red Rock State Park (Recreational/Educational) 
Riordan Mansion State Historic Park (Historic) 
Slide Rock State Park (Recreational) 
Tonto Natural Bridge State Park (Recreational) 

SOUTHERN REGION

 

 

Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park (Education) 
Catalina State Park (Recreational/Camping) 
Lost Dutchman State Park (Recreational/Camping) 
Kartchner Caverns State Park (Recreational/Educational/Camping) 
McFarland State Historic Park (Historic) 
Oracle State Park (Group Educational) 
Patagonia Lake State Park (Recreational/Camping) 
Picacho Peak State Park (Recreational/Camping) 
Roper Lake State Park (Recreational/Camping) 
Sonoita Creek Natural Area (Under Construction) 
Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park (Historic) 
Tubac Presidio State Historic Park (Historic) 

WESTERN REGION

 

 

Alamo Lake State Park (Recreational/Camping) 
Buckskin Mountain State Park (Recreational/Camping) 
Cattail Cove State Park (Recreational/Camping) 
Lake Havasu State Park (Recreational/Camping) 
Yuma Crossing State Historic Park (Historic) 
Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park (Historic)

Yuma Crossing State Historic Park (Historic) 

206 North Fourth Avenue 
Yuma, Arizona 
520-329-0471

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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