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Cave Creek Regional Park

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Cave Creek Regional Park

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37019 N Lava Ln, Cave Creek, AZ 85331-9562
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A Day In The Old West Adventure including Horseback Ride and Cowboy Lunch
4WD, ATV & Off-Road Tours

A Day In The Old West Adventure including Horseback Ride and Cowboy Lunch

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Travel back in time to 1800s Wild West on an 8-hour group tour. After comfortable transfer from your Phoenix or North Scottsdale accommodation, climb on board a horse and giddy up on a 1- or 2-hour trail ride. Later, try your hand at archery, axe throwing, and (steel) calf wrangling. Between cowboy activities, enjoy a provided hot dog, hamburger, or chicken lunch with plenty of side dishes.
$325.00 per adult
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amelulu wrote a review May 2
Hartland, Wisconsin134 contributions29 helpful votes
Another Cave Creek gem for hiking offering a trail for every skill level. These trails are popular as they offer great views. Some of the trails are shared with horseback riders. There is a daily entrance fee of $7 / car and there is a nature center with full bathroom service.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Katie K wrote a review Feb 2021
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Fantastic park with great paths and so many hikes to explore. Also great campground. Enjoy the great outdoors.
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Date of experience: April 2020
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TravelingBum52 wrote a review Dec 2020
United States2014 contributions324 helpful votes
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We had a 2 night stay in their campground. The spaces are a decent size. There’s a picnic table and a fire pit. Keep out of the brush area if you have pets. Mine kept getting cactus needles stuck in their paws. The creek was dry at the time we went. There’s a few trails right out of the campground. We did one which was around 1.8 miles with the dogs. They loved it. The views are great. There’s horse stables near by. I did not go to their public bathrooms as it was far from our campsite. Also there’s only one dumpster which we had to drive to so bring a large trash bag.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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T.C. wrote a review Jun 2020
Massachusetts24 contributions13 helpful votes
Free parking and entry with a wonderful visitor center. Make sure to bring lots of water and wear comfortable shoes. Even though many parts are rocky, there are low-impact trails (make sure to grab a guide map!). I have knee problems and was able to enjoy a long hike. We saw lots of little lizards and a tarantula hawk!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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valinreallife wrote a review Jun 2020
Carson City, Nevada112 contributions16 helpful votes
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Cave Creek Regional Park was our first experience in Maricopa County parks and it's an amazing park. The park is very well-kept and brimming with ways to enjoy the landscape.  Our site was level and spacious with easy access for our 50' of truck and toy hauler. The bathrooms and showers were always clean and we never encountered a line or wait to use them, even in peak season which was a surprise. I'm thoroughly impressed by the park system. It's very well run and drive-throughs by the county deputies multiple times give an added sense of safety and security. Multiple camp hosts keep things running smoothly. The price point for partial hookups would normally be a negative in other places. But given how wonderful these parks are, the free showers, dump station, and the popularity of the park system, it's reasonable.  The reservation system can be cumbersome if you're trying to piece together your stay since you reserve specific spaces and you sometimes have to move within the park to get the nights needed for your visit. But it is doable but definitely reserve well in advance since they are in such high demand at certain times of the year.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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