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Peralta Regional Park Welcomes Campers for the Season


With the anticipation of cooler weather on the horizon, Peralta Regional Park, nestled in the majestic Superstition Mountains, has officially reopened for camping as of September 1. This gem of Pinal County offers not only a breathtaking vista but also a range of amenities tailored for outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds:

  1. Equestrian Staging Area: Ideal for those looking to saddle up and explore the region on horseback.
  2. 9+ Miles of Trails: Catering to both hikers and bikers, these multi-use, non-motorized trails provide options for all skill levels.
  3. Picnic Sites: Visitors have a choice of 18 individual sites or 2 large group picnic areas for those special gatherings.
  4. Stargazing Node: Perfect for those keen on exploring the celestial, this spot offers a designated area for setting up telescopes.
  5. Remote Campsites: With 31 sites available, campers can truly immerse themselves in the wilderness.
  6. Interpretive Trail: A trail complemented with educational panels offers insights into the rich history and natural beauty of the area.
  7. Waterless Restrooms: Located throughout the park for visitors' convenience.

It's essential for all visitors to be aware that the park does not have electricity, water, or trash service. Campers are kindly reminded to bring all necessities with them and ensure they leave no waste behind. The principle of "pack in, pack out" is of paramount importance in preserving the pristine nature of this beloved regional park.

Park Hours:
Day-use hours for Peralta Regional Park are from dawn to 10:00 PM unless otherwise indicated. The primary entry gates will be secured at 10:00 PM and will not reopen until dawn. It's imperative that overnight guests check in before gate closure. Those planning early visits should check local sunrise times to coordinate their arrival.

The beauty and tranquility of Peralta Regional Park await. Experience the unparalleled charm of the great outdoors right here in Pinal County this season!

Pinal County's Peralta Regional Park, recently honored with the Arizona Parks and Recreation Association (APRA) Best of the Best 2023 Natural Resources Award. 

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