Your outdoor adventure awaits within a short drive of Buckeye.
From the iconic saguaro to the rugged mountains, Buckeye’s regional parks offer some of the most unforgettable scenery in the Sonoran Desert. With thousands of acres to explore, there’s no way you can see it all in one day, but you can try.
Buckeye Hills Regional Park offers scenic rolling hills near the Gila River where you can to camp, hike or picnic at your leisure near the Gila River. The Joe Foss Shooting Complex is part of this park and open to the public.
- 26700 Buckeye Hills Drive, Buckeye 85326
The historic 1927 truss Gillespie Dam Bridge spans the Gila River and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The interpretive center gives insight to Arizona’s transportation history.
- 30 minutes southwest of Buckeye, between Arlington and Gila Bend
Skyline Regional Park is 8,700 acres of pristine Sonoran Desert with over 18 miles of hiking, biking or horseback riding trails to explore. Enjoy Skyline to the fullest with free admission and a variety of outdoor classes.
- 2600 N. Watson Road, Buckeye, 85396. Just two miles north of I-10.
Explore the rugged terrain and the ancient Hohokam at the White Tank Mountain Regional Park and Nature Center.
- 20304 W. White Tank Mountain Road, Waddell, AZ 85355