San Tan Geology

Whether you’ve been to San Tan before or have simply seen the mountains in the distance, you may have wondered: How did those mountains get there?

Trailwork Volunteer Day

Trail volunteers provide a much-needed source of labor to assist Park Staff with trail repair and enhancements.

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.

Sunset Yoga in the Park

Have you ever wanted to try doing yoga outside? Join us at San Tan for a Sunset Yoga class that is appropriate for all levels.

The Geology of Arizona

Ever wonder about the fascinating mountains and rock formations seen throughout Arizona?

San Tan Mountain Regional Park Future Events!

Friday, February 15, 2019

02:00 PM – 03:30 PM

San Tan History

Friday – What was the area now known as San Tan Park like 50 years ago? 100 years ago? 1000 years ago? Travel back in time with this indoor class that explores the Park’s interesting past from mining and the “Old Man of the Mountain” to the ancient Hohokam civilization that left behind clues to their existence here and elsewhere in the Valley. Afterwards, we’ll take a 30-minute hike around Littleleaf and Goldmine Trails to see some points of interest firsthand. Wear closed-toe shoes and bring water and a hat. Meet inside the Nature Center. 2-3:30pm.

Saturday, February 23, 2019

09:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Archaeology Day

Saturday – Learn about the Hohokam culture that existed in and around San Tan Mountain Regional Park with demonstrations, displays and informal talks presented by local agencies and craft specialists. There will also be opportunities for you to get hands-on experience with ancient skills that were both utilitarian and artistic. This drop-in style event will be set up at the Main Trailhead and you can visit before or after you hike. 9am-12pm.

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