Enjoying The Great Outdoors 

Warm and in the 90s this weekend with gusty winds. Hydrate, use sunblock, and stay safe out there, everyone! 

Beginner Skill Level Mountain Bike Ride

Join us for an exciting beginner mountain bike ride among the beautiful San Tan Mountains. This 5.5-mile ride is open to all ages and skill levels.

Desert Animal Moms

In honor of Mother’s Day take an opportunity to learn about desert animal moms with a self-guided worksheet that will be available in the Visitor Center from 8am-4pm.

All About Tarantulas

How dangerous are tarantulas? When and where can you find them? How do they survive and thrive in our desert?

Queen Creek Canyon Rock Climbing 

Description 

Queen Creek and its many volcanic towers is the home of central Arizona sport climbing and bouldering. The rock is volcanic tuff and the routes go from deep-pocket pulling down to tiny-edge crimping, depending on the area. Many of the routes here were established between the early ‘90s and present day. 

Where is it at? 

Queen Creek Canyon is found above the small town of Superior, AZ, about an hour’s drive (depending where you start) east of the metro Phoenix area. Drive through Superior headed east, go up the hill and the various areas will be found after you get through the big tunnel. 

Weekend Weather 

Due to location and elevation, temperatures are milder with highs in the upper 70s for this Saturday and Sunday. 

More Information: 

Queen Creek Coalition: www.theqcc.com

Facebook: facebook.com/Queen-Creek-Coalition-159979214054724/ 

Archery 101

Interested in archery? Curious about how to shoot a bow? Come to Usery Park and find out! You will discover how fun archery really is!

Animal Flashlight Walk

We’re the nocturnal animals of the desert and we like to hide. Help Ranger B find us if you can! If you would like to learn about us and enjoy a night walk in the desert.

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