People tend to check in during these times:
A beautiful forest of Saguaro Cactus plants that stretch out as far as the eye can see. Like no other place on earth.
If you like the Sonoran desert this park is worth the visit. Take the scenic 9 mile drive for $10 with lots of lookout points and trailheads. Remember tons of water as you can't refill inside.
It's a roller coaster "A" ticket ride on a meandering road through a gorgeous desert. I do it on my bike so many times. Can't get enough.
Gorgeous auto road through the park.
8 mile drive is our favorite.
Be sure to stop at the Visitors Center they have some great gifts
This is a fantastic park. Drive, bike or walk your way around the 8 mile scenic loop or have a picnic @ either of the two picnic areas. $10 for a multi-day pass. Free on federal holidays.
Go hike for a week or two. pack food, gear, maps and badass gaiters. Jan-March is easiest. Oh yeah, watch your gadddaaamnnn fire. Smokey the Bear will find you and maul your face off if you don't.
If you're just passing by with a car, it's worth the fee to drive the 8 mile scenic loop. It takes roughly an hour (more if you take in the scenic lookouts).
Great movie available at the Visitor Center! Only 15 minutes and shows every half hour from 8:30 & the last showing is at 4:30.
Visit the park for sunset - the views are spectacular!
A good place to visit while in Tucson
Great camping in the eastern part of the park - great place for an inexpensive and educational family vacation!
70,000 acres of beauty
Another good place for hiking and photography.
Keep the rubber side down
Go to the Visitor's Center in Saguaro Nat'l Park West. Make time to watch the slide show. It's wonderful. Take the 10 minute drive and short hike to Signal Hill Petroglyphs!
Bellissimi, sia l'est che l'ovest.
En la mañana de preferencia ... Bajar no más tardar de las 4 pm por seguridad