The Stargazing for everyone event that was planned for Saturday, January 12, 2019, at San Tan Mountain Regional Park has be rescheduled and will now take place on February 1, 2019, at 7:30 PM.

Sunset Photography Walk

The Sonoran Desert can provide us with spectacular sunsets that inspire and amaze. We’ll take a walk to explore some great vantage points for capturing

Beginner Mountain Bike Clinic and Ride

If you’re looking to learn new skills, increase your confidence on the bike, or simply enjoy the sport like never before, our MTB 101 class is just for you.

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

Singer, Songwriter Steve Holmquist

Local singer, guitarist, and songwriter Steve Holmquist from Copper Country will be performing all original stories and songs focusing on our local areas, animals, and characters.

San Tan Mountain Regional Park Future Events! 

January 30, 6-8pm Night Shredders Mountain Biking 

Welcome to the San Tan Bikes sponsored “Night Shredders”! If you’re looking for an adventure where your trail riding abilities will be challenged, then look no further than the Night Shredders. When you’re on a bike on the trail at night, every bump, dip and shadow gives an extra pop of adrenaline. Darkness heightens your senses, sharpens your skills and makes you feel more alive. And isn’t that why you bike in the first place? Our policy, “No Rider Left Behind,” means we ride together in a group for safety reasons. It is mandatory to wear a helmet and please bring plenty of water, an extra tube and tools to change a flat tire, and 2 sources of light; LED rechargeable lights with at least 650 lumen. Why? The desert gets very dark at night. Riders under 18-years of age must complete a Parental Consent form. Hope to see you on the trail soon. Meet at the flagpole at 5:50pm. 6-8pm. 

January 31, 1-3pm Animals of San Tan 

Do you know what kind of animals you might see during your hike at San Tan? Join the Ranger for an overview of the mammals, reptiles, birds and arthropods that make our park their home. Meet some of the animal ambassadors in our critter room and learn how their relatives survive in our extreme desert environment. After the indoor portion, the class will move outdoors for a 2.2-mile loop hike on Stargazer and Moonlight Trails. Be sure to bring water, a hat and closed-toe shoes. Meet inside the Visitor Center. 1-3pm. 

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