Located less than an hour from Interstate 10 and just a few miles north of U.S. 60 near Gold Canyon, the Peralta Regional Park in Pinal County is 498 acres in size and designed as a backcountry recreation experience.
The new park has nine miles of non-motorized trails, 31 camping sites, and a stargazing node for guests to view the area’s dark skies. Open from dawn until 10:00 p.m. every day, explore the park during the day and make a reservation to camp overnight.
Peralta Regional Park is situated in the incredible Superstition Mountains and will have the following amenities:
- Equestrian Staging Area
- 9+ miles of multi-use non-motorized trails with varying difficulty
- 18 Picnic Sites and 2 Large Group Picnic Sites
- Stargazing Node for setting up a telescope
- 31 Remote Campsites
- Interpretive trail with educational panels
- Waterless Restrooms
Please note, the park has no electricity, water, or trash service, so campers must pack in what they need and pack out all waste.
For more information, visit their website: https://www.pinal.gov/1204/Peralta-Regional-Park
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