Phoenix real estate is breathtakingly beautiful in its ruggedness. Mother Nature showcases her brilliance on over 15,000 acres at South Mountain Park. Locals and visitors alike can explore this extensive terrain. Three mountain ranges, the Gila, Ma Ha Tauk, and Guadalupe provide scenic backgrounds for hikers, bikers, and horseback riders. An extensive group of trails provide satisfying excursions for all levels of athletes.

Equestrians living in Phoenix saddle up and head out on the trails. The Desert Classic Trail is easily accessible from both Pima Canyon and Beverly Canyon Trailhead. Another favorite to explore by horse is the Pima Wash Trail. 

Families Living In Phoenix Learn All About The Landscape

The South Mountain Environmental Education Center contains a wealth of information waiting to be shared. This enlightening facility contains a variety of interactive exhibits and displays. Experts are on site ready to share their insight including giving tips for which trails to traverse. Groups learn all about resident wildlife, plants and park history. A gift shop is stocked with sunscreen, water, and snacks to keep groups sun safe, well fed. and hydrated.

While anytime is a good time to visit the park, many prefer the fourth Sunday of the month. On these Silent Sundays, motor vehicles are restricted from utilizing certain roadways adding a sense of serenity and stillness to the grounds. Parking is available at the Activity Complex at the main entrance during this time.