San Tan Mountain Regional Park

Queen Creek, AZ

Where are we going?

San Tan Mountain Regional Park
6533 West Phillips Road
Queen Creek
AZ
85142

480-655-5554

What is there to do?

There are many beautiful areas in the USA, and the San Tan Mountain Regional Park is one of those places!

This beautiful part of Arizona is 10,000 acres of lower Sonoran Desert, with wildlife and activities to fill those days out for active and adventurous families!

The visitor center is the best place to start for your visit to the San Tan Mountain Regional. It's here you can pick up educational tidbits to begin your education of the park, and ask all the questions you want about the best place for you to go.

Kids always love the wildlife exhibits where they can see what they might be able to spot, as well as see those sweet tortoise at the tortoise exhibit!

The park itself sees you at an elevation from 1,400 feet to over 2,500 - so get ready for some pretty cool views! The vegetation is constantly changing, and there are a number of wildlife species in the area.

San Tan Mountain Regional Park is also a great place to get out and get active! There are a number of hiking trails that you can enjoy, and they also allow other activities such as biking and horseback riding. 

In fact, there are over 80 miles of trails! The trail range in length from 1.1 miles to over 5 miles, and no matter what your experience, there is a trail for you. There are the perfect beginners trails, to those more challenging options.

The Moonlight Trail is the perfect choice for those wanting something short and easy!

Nature is waiting in the Arizona desert - don't forget to say hi to those coyotes for us (if you are lucky enough to spot one!)

How much does it cost?

Adults: Free

Children: Free

LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

6am open. 8pm close Sun to Thurs. 10pm close Fri & Sat

365 days a year

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Any top tips?

The nature center hours vary from the park hours listed. They are closed Sundays in summer, and opening times vary.

Healthy Eating

It's always advised to carry healthy snacks and bottled water, especially if you are going out hiking

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