Usery Mountain Regional Park

  1. Home
  2. Destination Guide
  3. Usery Mountain Regional Park


Outdoor Activities

Spread across 3648 acres (1476.30 hectares), Usery Mountain Regional Park is nestled on the edge of the Goldfield Mountains western end and near to the Tonto National Forest. Comprising of more than 29 miles (46.67 kilometers) of trails for mountain biking, horseback riding and hiking, it offers an easy to difficult range for rider, bikers and hikers of all skills. Don't miss the stunning wind caves made from volcanic rock and granite. The caves offer awe-inspiring vistas that are not to be missed. Nature and wildlife enthusiasts will be thrilled to see the thriving flora and fauna of the lower Sonaran Desert in this area. There is an archery range, considered to be the best in the state for six different courses. With 73 camp-sites, you can enjoy camping with your family in the great outdoors. Stargazing, picnicking, R/C model air-plane flying and outdoor fitness are some of the other activities that are popular at this huge parkland. Check out their various programs that will take you through the diverse landscape of this place.

Location:  3939 North Usery Pass Road

Business hours:  Mo-Th 6:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m., Fr-Sa 6:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m., Su 6:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.