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Estrella Mountain Park
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Overview Estrella Mountain Park
This 19,840 acre park covers the Sierra Estrella range and is the first regional park in the Maricopa County Park System (1954). Located near the meeting of the Gila and Agua Fria Rivers in the southwest Valley, the park includes a large wetland, or riparian, area. The majority of the park remains pristine desert, very similar in appearance to the landscape seen by the first settlers and explorers.
The Sierra Estrella range, or Star Mountains, was once within the Mexican border, and remained so until the Gadsden Purchase in 1853.
Park activities include: Baseball, Biking, Camping, Events, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Picnicking, Rodeo Arena, RV's, Star Gazing, Trails. The park offers multi-use trails including a competitive loop for running and mountain biking. Equestrian use is permitted. The park has parking and a riding arena.[
Hayes Peak, 4,512 feet named in honor of Ira Hayes, US Marine hero of the Pima Nation.
Webeloes Camp Digalus
Estrella Mountain Regional Park
First Weekend in February- Advance Registration Required
Each year Troop 30 sponsors a "Webeloree on Steroids", for Bears and Webelos Cub Scouts. We believe that Webelos retention is the job of every Scout Unit...What a better way to keep boys in Scouting than provide an Amazing Camping Experience?
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