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How About a Remote Park in an Urban Environment

Arthur Pack Regional Park offers a remote desert feel while staying pretty close to town. The park is named after Arthur Pack, an extremely successful businessman who fostered a great amount of nature conservation in the Southern Arizona area. The park is open dawn to 10 PM daily. Specific info is available at


In addition to the baseball and soccer fields, playground, picnic ramadas and a golf course, Arthur Pack Regional Park offers a network of trails for hikers, mountain bikers, equestrians and trail runners. Used as a training and race course for the Mountain View High School cross country team, the 4.7 miles of trails offer gentle grades and a surprisingly remote feeling experience for a suburban park. Trails are well suited for beginning mountain bicyclists and hand cycles.



Baseball Fields, lighted 

  • Basketball Court, lighted
  • Batting Cages
  • Concession Stand
  • Dog Park
  • Drinking Water
  • Golf Course - Crooked Tree Golf Course
  • Hiking Trails - Maeveen Behan Desert Sanctuary
  • 1 Multi-use Fields, lighted
  • 6 Picnic Tables with grill
  • Playground with Shade Structure
  • 4 Ramadas with tables and grill
  • Restrooms
  • Soccer Fields
  • Softball Fields, lighted
  • Swing Set

As always, all of our usual desert activity reminders remain in effect: wear a hat, Use sunscreen, wear good shoes, bring and drink lots of water.

Arthur Pack park is located only about 19 minutes south from Gladden Farms on I-10 East. Take Cortaro exit to Thornydale turn left (north) and watch for the sign on the left. Closer neighborhoods include Hardydale, Ironwood Acres, Overton Heights, Linda Vista Ridge and Northstar Estates.

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