Located north of Phoenix, this 2,922-acre park sits in the upper Sonoran Desert.
Cave Creek Regional Park
Ranging in elevation from 2,000 feet to 3,060, this desert oasis provides any hiker and equestrian majestic views. The Go John Trail loops around a mountain to provide the illusion of being miles away from civilization. In the 1870s, fever stricken gold seekers staked their dreams on the jasper-studded hills. Guided trails to these sites give visitors an opportunity to travel back in time.
Easy access just minutes from Cave Creek this park has covered picnic areas, tent and RV camping sites, as well as rest rooms and some of the areas best hiking trails. Open year round Sun – Thurs 6am-8pm; Fri-Sat 6am-10pm.