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3 Best Hiking Trails in Mesa, AZ

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Mesa, Arizona. All of our hiking trails actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!

USERY MOUNTAIN REGIONAL PARK

3939 North Usery Pass Road, Mesa, AZ 85207 DIRECTIONS

Since 1967

Here’s The Deal:
Usery Mountain Regional Park is a 648-acre park located in Mesa, AZ. It has 73 different locations for the campground. It has an ample parking area that can hold up to a 45 'RV and is a built site with water, electric hook-ups, a barbecue grill, and a fire ring. Usery Mountain Regional Park is situated at the west end of the goldfield hills at 3,648 acres, adjacent to the national tonto park. It features more than 29 miles of walking, mountain-biking trails. Looking through the clear, flat land, south of the nature preserve, or west or north, you can see and admire great distances or the hills surrounding you. Visitors can explore the 29 miles of multi-use trails with scenic wind caves. Usery Mountain Regional Park has bathrooms with hot water showers and flush toilets.

SPECIALTY:
Nature Trips, Dogs on Leash, Riding, Archery, Wild Flowers, Recreation Area, Camping, Horseback, Trail Running, Kid Friendly, Biking, Mountain, Wildlife, Walking Trails, Wind caves & Hiking

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HAWES TRAIL SYSTEM ENTRANCE

9824 North Bush Highway, Mesa, AZ 85215 DIRECTIONS

Here’s The Deal:
Hawes Trail System Entrance is a heavily trafficked 6.9-mile loop trail around Mesa. The sonorous desert has views of the red mountain, four peaks, fountain hills, and a reef dam of granite. The Hawes Trail System has some great views of 5 peaks and Red Mountain. The path provides a range of events and is open throughout the year. There are several loops as well as out and back trails. This trail features fantastic singletrack that twists and turns for miles. It is one of the less rocky trails in the area and a great place for riders looking for speed and flow or looking for an endurance ride with multiple laps and beautiful views.

SPECIALTY:
Nature Trips, Wildlife, Biking, Dogs on Leash, Mountain, Trails, Running, Picnic Area, Hiking, Walking & Parks

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LOST DUTCHMAN STATE PARK

6109 North Apache Trail, Apache Junction, Mesa, AZ 85119 DIRECTIONS

Since 1977

Here’s The Deal:
Lost Dutchman State Park is a well-renowned hiking trail in the Superstition Mountains. It was initially built as a recreational area by the Bureau of Land Management in 1972, and it covered 320 acres (130 ha) in 1983. Lost Dutchman State Park features hiking trails, picnic areas, cabins, and camping opportunities abound here. Some walking trails are the National forest service trails that lead across the Superstitions' western face. The trails are well maintained and marked. Visitors can pick up the trails depending on their ability. The treasure loop would be appropriate for children and can explore amazing views. If you plan to hike Siphon Draw to Flatiron, morning hours are the best to explore.

SPECIALTY:
Biking, Wildlife, Hiking, Walking, Treasure Loop, Siphon Draw, Superstition Mountains, Quailview Trail, Longer Hike, Fire Pit, & Lots of Water

Price: Park Entrance Fee:
Adults(1-4)(Per Vehicle): $7
Individual/Bicycle: $3
Friday-Sunday & Holidays (Oct-May)(Per Vehicle): $10

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