This picture post card park was actually developed in the 1930s by
the US Government under the WPA and the CCC.
There are amazing vistas and scenic pools, and streams of mountain spring water. On a warm day like this, you could get uncomfortable pounding the pavement.
There is a tram available for 8 bucks, cash only. You can rock and roll all the way to the top at station #9 and then walk back over multiple trails.
I would suggest tackling Sabino during the cooler season.
There is a lot of nature to see. Unfortunately, only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the afternoon sun. No self respecting javalina, scorpion or sidewinder would be caught outside at mid day.
During the warm season, they have night trips scheduled four times a month.
Sabino is under the jurisdiction of the USDA, because it is part of the Coronado National Forest. You can use your Interagency National Park Pass for free parking only.
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