RIPARIAN PRESERVE AT WATER RANCH
2757 East Guadalupe Road, Gilbert, AZ 85234 Directions
'Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch' contains 4.5 miles of park-weaving trails that welcome hikers. The park presents all visitors seeking educational and recreational free time the best interpretative experience possible. It has more than The park also boasts an urban fishing pool, protected areas for picnics, fossil digging sites, and camping. There are viewing blinds around the edge of some ponds to improve your experience of viewing wildlife. Dogs are greeted in the trails. The floating walkway crossing the lake's north end allows visitors can enjoy a close-up view of the fish and birds on the water. It affords a butterfly garden, plus an outdoor classroom with state-of-the-art observatory and a hilltop. The park provides independent learning and educational opportunities for people of all ages. It offers free family bird walks each third Saturday, October through March.
Restroom Facilities, Dogs on Leash, Fishing, Mountain Biking, Running, Benches, Overnight Campsites, Bike Racks, Children’s Play Area, Nature Trips, Walking, Floating Boardwalk, Wheelchair Friendly, Reservable Small Ramadas, Birding, Ethnobotanical Garden, Viewing Blind Areas & Road Biking
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3785 South Lindsay Road, Gilbert, AZ 85297 Directions
'Zanjero Park' is a 20-acre park on Lindsay Rd's eastern side just south of Loop 202. The park's main use is for riding horseback and has nearly a distance of horseback riding trails. The park also includes a multi-use trail that connects to the San Tan Trail. It includes multiple parking spaces for trucks, Fourteen parking spaces, and equestrian trails. It's a perfect spot on a bike for kids or even adults to peddle well-graded short trail loops. There are also neighboring posts and an excellent range of picnic tables for tourists. Two ramadas are available for reservation.
Multi-Use Trail, Walking, Water Feature, Nature, Horse Drinking Fountain, Burrowing Owl Habitat, Horse-Tie Ups, Reservable Ramadas & Park
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34316 Goldmine Gulch Trail, Queen Creek, Gilbert, AZ 85142 Directions
Goldmine Trail attracts visitors at an elevation of around 2300 feet up to the highest point on any trail in the park. You can enjoy a fun workout from the goldmine mountain with stunning views. Visit the graves of 2 miners, the Mansel carter and Marion Kennedy, located at the park entrance. Gold Mine Trail is a heavily trafficked 4.7-mile trail out and back. You can also visit the historic grave place, walking from the trailhead just a quarter-mile away.16.3 miles from downtown of Gilbert.
Washed Out, Reptiles, Dogs on Leash, Birds, Hiking, Scramble, Cave, Mammals, Mountain Biking, Nature Views, Wildlife & Rocky