USERY MOUNTAIN REGIONAL PARK
3939 North Usery Pass Road, Mesa, AZ 85207 Directions
Nature Trips, Dogs on Leash, Riding, Archery, Wild Flowers, Recreation Area, Camping, Horseback, Trail Running, Kid Friendly, Biking, Mountain, Wildlife, Walking Trails & Birding
Usery Mountain Regional Park provides 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 and electric hook-ups, barbecue grill, and fire ring. This park is situated at the west end of the goldfield hills at 3,648 acres, adjacent to the national tonto park. It provides 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. The park features immaculate bathrooms with hot water showers and flush toilets.
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RED MOUNTAIN PARK
7745 East Brown Road, Mesa, AZ 85207 Directions
Wheelchair-friendly, Shaded Playgrounds, Sunset, Hikes with Easy Walks, Playground, Family and Tide Pool, Birds, Community Fishing Lake, Geology & Lighted Basketball Court
Red Mountain Park covers 1,146.3 acres of land. The park also contains lighted football fields, lighted tennis courts, and adjacent softball fields. The cement trails are perfect for walks & riding bikes around the park. Beautiful park to ride because there are three different routes to take. Park provides a scenic walk around the lake stocked with weekly trout. Walk around the magnificent lake to enjoy the ducks and wildlife. Open space sports facilities, from baseball, plus picnic facilities are available.
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HAWES TRAIL SYSTEM ENTRANCE
North Bush Highway, Mesa, AZ 85215 Directions
Nature Trips, Wildlife, Biking, Dogs on Leash, Mountain, Trail Running, Picnic Area, Hiking, Walking, Parks & Birding
Hawes Trail System Loop is a heavily trafficked 6.9-mile loop trail around Mesa. The sonorous desert which offers views of the red mountain, four peaks, fountain hills, reef dam of granite. The path provides a range of events and is open throughout the year. This trail features fantastic singletrack that twists and turns for miles. Its 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 with beautiful views.