Saguaro National Park

19 May, 2009

Saguaro National Park in Tucson Arizona

Saguaro National Park

When you think of Arizona you think of heat, cactus and probably desert. What you should be thinking of when you visit Arizona is the Saguaro National Park in Arizona. Depending upon which side you enter from will depend upon whether you visit the Rincon Mountain District or the Tucson Mountain District.

There are over 128 miles worth of trails that you can walk and enjoy the beauty of beautiful Arizona. When planning your trip, one of the first things that you should check into is the time of year and the temperature. Depending upon when you want to visit will depend upon the cost that you may be looking at spending. Also, the cost of the park to get into will depend if you are going to walk, take a RV or truck or if you are touring by motorcycle.

The Saguaro National Park in Arizona was established somewhere near 1933 and as the years went on more acres were added to the park. Between the two different districts, there are currently 91,327 acres that houses the trails you can walk through.

If you are looking to take a hike that is short yet breathtaking, you can go for the Tanque Verde Ridge Trail in the East or you can go for the King Canyon Trail in the West. No matter which end of the park you are staying in you will be able to get an excellent hiking experience.

When visiting Arizona, be sure to put the Saguaro National Park on your tour list. If you wish, you can even make it your camp site while visiting Arizona so you can wake up each and every morning to a beautiful breathtaking scene that will take your breath away each and every day.

Saguaro National Park

Saguaro National Park

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