You will find very few in-town parks with more astonishing views than this one, located on the end of a mesa directly above thousand-foot-deep White Rock Canyon. Drive to the very end of the paved road, park, and take a very short walk out to the viewing platform. If you're more adventurous, a rather rugged trail descends from a different parking area, off a side road a few hundred yards before the overlook, into the canyon; it is spectacularly scenic, but also rather rough, and you should only undertake it if you're an experienced hiker with appropriate footwear, water, and preferably hiking poles. Nearer the entrance are the town's soccer and baseball fields, and during afternoons and evenings, there's usually something going on there. (They have a food stand, but the offerings are mediocre at best; bring your own.) The park is open until late evening and admission is free. It's easily accessible year-round, but the trail into the canyon is exposed, and is uncomfortably hot for the first half of the summer and poses lightning hazard once the monsoonal storms arrive in late July. Tread with caution.