Usery Mountain Regional Park, Mesa

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Located on the Valley’s east side, this park takes in 3,648 acres set at the western end of the Goldfield Mountains, adjacent to the Tonto National Forest.
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  • Beautiful desert,....crowded on weekends....weekdays best! enjoy the sonoran desert, can horseback ride or hike....bicycles on several trails too! 
    Beautiful desert,....crowded on weekends....weekdays best! enjoy the sonoran desert, can horseback ride or hike....bicycles on several trails too!  more »
  • Hiked the pass mountain trail, nice hike a few challenging areas, but great scenery. Several different access points for parking to get onto the trail. 
    Hiked the pass mountain trail, nice hike a few challenging areas, but great scenery. Several different access points for parking to get onto the trail.  more »
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  • This regional park is absolutely breathtaking. There are many options here with hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and more. The people working the checkin station and at the Visitors Center are always friendly and extremely helpful when we visit. The hikes are all on well maintained trails and their are usually rangers around to help answer questions on directions or landscape. The Wind Cave Trail is a must. The facilities are well kept and there are plenty of picnic spots throughout the park. Happy to be annual members after visiting 3 days in one week. This is also the perfect place to get engagement and maternity photos done.
  • Great place to stay for a few days. The spots are clean and neat. Bbq and picnic table at each spot. Great views and great park. We walked around and hiked some trails. The pond was really neat to check out, and so was the info center. They have a few snakes and great info. The park is big and has great areas to hike and have picnics all over. Very close to the salt river as well! We will be coming back in the future.

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