Located just 55 minutes from Tempe Town Lake on beautiful Bartlett Lake in the heart of the Tonto National Forest, Bartlett Lake Marina’s family atmosphere and beautiful surroundings makes it a wonderful location for your friends and family to enjoy an unforgettable Arizona day on the water.
BE CAREFUL if you use GPS. Some units will take you to Rio Verde which is 2 hours out of the way.
20808 E BARTLETT DAM RD
TONTO NATIONAL FOREST
Cave Creek’s only premier full service facility offering elite personal training services, childcare, yoga, Pilates, Zumba and over 100 group fitness classes per week.
Located north of Phoenix, this 2,922-acre park sits in the upper Sonoran Desert.
Cave Creek Trail Rides has been offering family friendly trail rides in the Cave Creek Regional Park since 1999. We specialize in creating memories and fun for the whole family. We have great guides that will show you the beautiful Sonoran Desert and inform you of the flora, fauna, and history, while riding our gentle mountain horses. You can enjoy our scenic horseback rides in true cowboy fashion dressed up in our complementary boots, hats, and chaps! Don’t miss out on our gorgeous sunset rides! There is no better way to see the scenic mountains of North Phoenix than on the back of a gentle trail horse.
We are open from October through May, seven days a week with rides leaving throughout the day. We offer 1, 1 ½, 2, 2 ½, and 3 hour rides. Reservations are recommended and children must be 6 years old to ride. For more information regarding horseback riding, rates, or reservations, please visit our website at http://www.cavecreektrailrides.com or call us at 623-742-6700.
Fitness Center, Cardio Equipment, Strength-Training Equipment
Outdoor Pools, Family Warm-Water Adventure Pool, Warm-Water Lap Pool & Whirlpool
Gymnasium, Racquetball Courts & Aerobics Studio
Rock Climbing Wall
Amazing Kids Child Watch & Outdoor Play Area
Teen & Technology Center & Recording Studio
Locker Rooms & Family Changing Area
Youth Fitness Room/Equipment
18 Hole Championship Course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr.
Public Tee Times & Memberships available.
Located just North of Phoenix & Scottsdale.
MacDonald’s Ranch is the premier horseback riding stable in the Valley of the Sun! Located in the tranquil Sonoran Desert just north of Phoenix in the City of Scottsdale, Arizona.Who comes out to MacDonald’s Ranch? Everybody! From families and corporate groups, to single horseback riders, girl scouts, churches, and “Wild West” seeking tourists! We can host events for small parties and large groups – our venue can easily accommodate several guests at once! Our professional staff can customize services and amenities to fit most any situation!MacDonald’s Ranch offers guided Horseback Rides, Stagecoach Rides, a Petting Zoo, Pony Rides for young children, Hayrides, Cowboy Cookouts, Rehearsal Dinner Sites, Bachelorette Rides, Team Building Activities, Public Events such as our Pumpkin Patch in October, Kid’s Birthday Parties, and so much more!Our location is close to all modern conveniences! We are minutes away from most valley resorts, hotels, airports, and local events such as the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show, the Waste Management Phoenix Open – PGA Tour, the Barrett Jackson Car Show, and the Scottsdale MLB Spring Training Facilities. We are open year around but due to Arizona’s seasonal weather and our private events we recommend that you call and inquire about our hours in advance!Come horse around with us!
Family owned and operated for 40 Years.
Remember – Everybody rides free on their Birthday!
Located in the heart of the Sonoran Desert in historic Cave Creek, Arizona, features a par 70, championship course with dramatic elevation changes and unspoiled desert terrain
Located along a scenic drive east of Carefree, within the Tonto National Forest, the Sears Kay ruin is one of the area’s best examples of ancient Hohokam structure. The ruins contain 40 rooms and was home to more than 100 native peoples before it simply vanished. Remains include hand placed walls and paths of stone, carvings and glyphs. The view from the top is spectacular – Four Peaks, Weaver’s Needle, and the Superstition Mountains are easily visible on clear days. The hike to the top is about a 1 mile loop with an elevation change of 300 feet. It is not wheelchair accessible.
From Carefree, take Cave Creek Road/Seven Springs Rd./Forest Road (FR) 24 for 14 miles north to Sears Kay.
One of the best kept local secrets for hikers and nature lovers, Spur Cross is one of the newest additions to Maricopa County Regional Park System. The conservation area encompasses 2,154 acres of diverse, rugged upper Sonoran Desert. The north Valley location, accessible from the town of Cave Creek (Spur Cross and Cave Creek Roads), contains fascinating archaeology sites and lush riparian areas along Cave Creek, which flows throughout the winter months. Remnants of early mining and ranching, from which the park gets its name, are still apparent in the park. This area is a must see for all wildflower lovers in the spring. The abundant vegetation present in the conservation area provides a rich habitat for a diverse assemblage of wildlife. Spur Cross is a hiker’s dream – there are many miles of terrain from easy to extremely difficult. Consult the ranger maps for details. Horseback riding and foot traffic on all paths, biking on limited paths – no ATVs or other motorized vehicles. Open year round Sun – Thurs 6am-8pm; Fri-Sat 6am-10pm.