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San Tan Mountain Regional Park

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San Tan Mountain Regional Park

208 Reviews
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6533 W Phillips Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85142-6675
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Private Tour: Arizona Foodie Trail
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Private Tour: Arizona Foodie Trail

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Taste your way through Phoenix’s metro area on this guided culinary excursion. After a convenient hotel pickup, visit the cities and towns of Mesa, Queen Creek, and Gilbert. Admire beautiful views of the region and savor delicious complimentary tastings at Arizona’s only olive oil mill and barbecued brisket and salsa at Jalapeño Bucks. Then feast on a tasty, locally-sourced lunch at Agritopia, an urban-farming focused community. Choose between a small-group or private tour.
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Kari S wrote a review Jan 2021
Minneapolis, Minnesota13 contributions4 helpful votes
We took our kids hiking (age 6 and 8) and it was perfect. There are a number of trails to select depending on time and difficulty. We hiked Goldmine. It was a bit challenging for the kids (use caution as there is a lot of loose rock), but the view from the top is amazing. Inside the ranger station is a gift shop and there are animals and other educational items to help kids learn about the desert environment and wildlife. My kids loved that.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Billy W wrote a review Dec 2020
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Get qualified people to work at the park, there are want to be rangers leaving notices on cars for fatuous violations that are clearly not a violation. Trails are nothing to brag about. Superstition Mountains are much better and the few minute more drive is well worth it.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Dianne J wrote a review Jun 2020
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I've hikes MILES here. Almost every trail-from beginners to experts, you'll find something. Start off Goldmine or on the other side at the Ranger Station; there are several loops depending on how much time you have.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Jerri L wrote a review Mar 2020
Johnston, Iowa1,369 contributions155 helpful votes
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Went to San Tan Regional Park to hike on a Tuesday morning. The fee is $7/vehicle or $2/individual on foot or bike. When you park there is a restroom and visitor area. The trails are very well marked and easy to follow. They are very good for mountain bikers - beginners would have no trouble on these trails. There are horseback riders as well and trail rides take place. Trails are plenty wide enough that it is easy to step aside for bikers and horseback riders. The views are beautiful. There are loops so it is easy to plan your hike according to the distance you would like to go. The nap they offer at the entry location is great - showing holes, trails, difficulty and lengths. We hiked 6 miles total - started on little leaf to goldmine, then crossed onto San Tan, stayed on San Tan until Hedgehog then hooked back up with San Tan to finish the hike to the entrance station and parking lot. The 6 mile hike took us 2.5 hours at an easy pace. Definitely would recommend this hike for all hiker abilities.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Hiker1114 wrote a review Feb 2020
Queen Creek, Arizona11 contributions1 helpful vote
This area has mountain trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding for all levels. There are some great round trip trails that you can make long or short. Excellent evening programs with rangers. Great parking. Easy access. So enjoy this local mountain park. Get up Goldmine Mountain for some nice views.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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