McDowell Sonoran Preserve

McDowell Sonoran Preserve

Address:7506 E. Indian School Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Phone:480-312-7013
Web: www.scottsdaleaz.gov/preserve
Size: 11, 559 acres.
Location:East of Thompson Peak Parkway, north of Bell Road.
Facilities:Undeveloped wilderness area.
Activities:Hiking, horseback riding, rock climbing, mountain biking.
Special Features:Planned expansion of the preserve will eventually encompass more than 36,000 acres. Multiple access areas are being planned for future use.

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Contractor Will Be Transporting Rock From A Variety Of Locations On Or Near Scottsdale%s Mcdowell Sonoran Preserve And Pinnacle Peak Park.
The McDowell Sonoran Preserve is now the largest urban preserve in the United States and will forever be sustained for the future enjoyment and benefit of all.
Planned close to Scottsdale 's 20,000-acre McDowell Sonoran Preserve, one of the largest natural parks and preserves in the county featuring the spectacular Sonoran Desert, the project is being promoted by renowned developer Lyle Anderson Co.
To maintain scenic views, preserve plant and wildlife and offer appropriate outdoor recreational opportunities for residents and the tourists who provide its largest industry, Scottsdale, Arizona is creating the McDowell Sonoran Preserve.
Proceeds will finance the acquisition and improvement of land for the McDowell Sonoran Preserve.
The co-op invested more than $45,000 in its local nonprofit relationships to enhance and take care of local outdoor places in Arizona, including the Arizona National Scenic Trail and McDowell Sonoran Preserve.
Marcus Landslide Trail, McDowell Sonoran Preserve HIKE The easy 4-mile round-trip takes you across the remnants of a 500,000-year-old rockslide at the McDowell Mountains' base.
This project entails the stabilization and improvement of several existing, informal trail access points in the northern region of the McDowell Sonoran Preserve.
Current debt plans include a preserve GO offering to acquire additional land for the McDowell Sonoran Preserve and possible excise tax-supported borrowing for economic development projects.
This project is for the construction of amenities including access road, parking, shade ramadas, restrooms, small amphitheater, interpretative materials, mountain climbing staging area, equestrian amenities, storage and other infrastructure improvements to serve passive recreational users at a major north community access area in the McDowell Sonoran Preserve.
CAMELBACK MOUNTAIN'S public hiking trails are free, as are the 120 miles of mountain-biking trails in the McDOWELL SONORAN PRESERVE.
By cultivating donors and working through complex financing models for the McDowell Sonoran Preserve, she built important awareness among both corporations and citizens.