LOCAL FAVORITES: TOP 10 PARKS IN PHOENIX
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East of Lindsay Rd. on Juniper (Between Guadalupe and Elliott)
The fountain operates 7 days a week, on the hour for 15 minutes from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. On windy days, the fountain may not be operating.
Approximately 298 species of birds have been identified on the site, and many insects, fish, amphibians, reptiles, and mammals have found homes there as well. Over 4.5 miles of trails weave through the park, and there are interpretive education panels on wildlife and vegetation throughout.
5. PAPAGO PARK
The trails in Papago Park are typically smooth with little elevation gain, providing easy access for walking, hiking, mountain biking or trail running. The park is split into east and west sides by Galvin Parkway.
50 foot tall Genesis climbing tower
60 foot long caterpillar mesh rope climbing structure
2 playground clusters for ages 2-5, 6-12 and above
Shaded picnic areas with tables
7. KIWANIS PARK
Open daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. through October
Train & Carousel tickets $2 each
Railroad museum, 2 playgrounds, and more!
This large public park offers a lake, splash pad, sport courts & fields, paths & a playground.
10. TUMBLEWEED PARK
Playtopia! is a 2.5-acre playground and picnic section of the City’s Tumbleweed Park. It features several play zones with themes based on Chandler’s heritage including farm land, city land, and critter land.