Guided Hike on Dynamite and Goldmine Trails

This Ranger-led hike starts at the main entrance trailhead and follows Goldmine Trail to San Tan, along Dynamite and then up the north (difficult) side of Goldmine to come back to the visitor center.

MTB 101 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.

Trailhead Chat with the Ranger

The Ranger will be at the main trailhead to answer questions, suggest routes and share hiking tips.

Welcome to the Sonoran Desert: Walk and Talk

Whether you are a new desert dweller or a longtime resident you will enjoy this introduction to our fascinating Sonoran Desert landscape.

Wag n Walk Dog Adoption Hike

Don’t have a dog? No problem! Maricopa County’s Animal Care & Control and Parks and Recreation Departments have united to bring you this program.

Wild for Wildflowers Walk

Wild for wildflowers? This spring should reward us with an explosion of colorful wildflowers!

San Tan Mountain Regional Park Future Event!

Saturday, March 09, 2019

10:00 AM – 03:00 PM

100 Miles Challenge Celebration

Saturday 3/9– Congratulations to everyone that took part in the 2018-19 “100 Miles in 100 Days Challenge”! This is the day to celebrate your accomplishments with your friends, fellow participants and park staff. Share stories about your journeys, enjoy both sweet and healthy snacks, receive your participation certificates and, of course, those coveted limited-edition Challenge t-shirts! Check in at the Nature Center entry window for the celebration location. 10am-12pm. 

Saturday, March 23, 2019

08:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Trailwork Volunteer Day

Saturday – Trail volunteers provide a much-needed source of labor to assist Park Staff with trail repair and enhancements. This, in turn, helps provide for visitor safety and natural/cultural resource protection. We are looking for a few good volunteers to lend a hand! Potential projects include pruning, erosion control, post installation and trail improvements. By the end of the day, each volunteer will know the basics of trail maintenance and have an insider’s view of the park. Meet outside the Visitor Center. Please consider wearing long sleeves to protect from the sun and branches. Bring water, gloves, hat, sunscreen and any tools you might have (we will provide tools for you to use if you don’t have any). Suitable for ages 12 and up. Please RSVP by contacting Ranger Nikki at: 8-11am.