Get back to nature in Buckeye.
Surrounded by the beauty that is the Sonoran Desert, an outdoor adventure isn't hard to find in Buckeye. Wildlife viewing, bird watching, hiking, hunting and fishing will keep you busy as you explore the outdoors.
Arlington Wildlife Area stretches 1,500 acres along the Gila River and features two ponds which draw in numerous waterfowl and other birds. Wildlife viewing, hunting and hiking are a few of the opportunities at Arlington Wildlife Area.
Powers Butte Wildlife Area spans 1,120 acres along the Gila River with abundant plant and wildlife. This area offers many opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast, including hiking, bird-watching, hunting and fishing.
Robbins Butte Wildlife Area is a 1,600 acre riparian habitat nestled along the Gila River that draws in large populations of wildlife. Ruins and petroglyphs paint a picture of the past as you take in the expansive views from atop Robbins Butte.