Indian Mesa Ranger Guided Hike

From: Terry G.
Sent on: Thursday, October 20, 2011 2:01 PM

Indian Mesa Ranger Guided Hike - Lake Pleasant

Lake Pleasant Regional Park

This park ranger led six mile round trip hike in the Agua Fria Conservation Area of Lake Pleasant Regional Park is very scenic. We will be hiking in rocky terrain with a good hill climb. Indian Mesa was home to ancient Hohokam Indians and we will see evidence of this past culture. Chances of seeing wildlife here is very good. The views are grand on the mesa overlooking the backside of Lake Pleasant. Wear good hiking boots; bring water, a lunch in your day pack, and your sense of adventure. You may not want to forget your camera and binoculars! We will meet at the Lake Pleasant Visitor Center and drive 20 miles to the start of the hike. There will be some room in the van for car pooling. Please call Ranger if you have any questions. This is a "not want to miss" type of hike!

Date: 11/13/2011

Time: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Duration: 7 hours

Registration Required: No    

Fee: $6.00 per vehicle park entry fee

 

Contact: Interpretive Park Ranger Terry Gerber[masked] x 202

Location: Meet at the Lake Pleasant Visitor Center[masked]

 

Address:
Take Hwy 74 to Castle Hot Springs Rd., turn right into park, follow signs to visitor center
Peoria, AZ  

 

 

Terry Gerber

Interpretive Ranger

Lake Pleasant Regional Park

Maricopa County Parks & Recreation

[masked] x 202

 

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