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Glendale - Sahuaro Ranch Park

9802 North 59th Avenue

About the Park:

Sahuaro Ranch Park offers users both a recreational and historic experience. This park is unique with it's historic ranch buildings and its recreational park areas. Visitors can picnic, play on the playgrounds, visit with chickens, view peacocks, explore the old ranch grounds or play a ball game.A large number of picnic tables and grills are available on a first-come, first-served basis near the playground and volleyball court.Preserving one of the Valley's oldest and most magnificent ranches, the 17-acre Sahuaro Ranch Park Historic Area features 13 original buildings, a rose garden, barnyard and historic orchards.Sahuaro Ranch Park Historic Area offers activities, exhibits and guided tours keeping the history of early settlement in the Valley alive.

Dogs can romp, run and have fun without being on a leash. The dog park is located just north of the west parking lot and just south of the softball complex.

Park Hours: 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.


Jessy K. Aragon

Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018
Place was very beautiful and peaceful. A great place for any person and children. Nice for walks and enjoyment of the scenery. Very clean and refreshing unlike other parks. Lots of space and things to learn about the park and the ranch. Would recommend seeing this place for anyone and I would love to revisit this place once more someday.

Mrs. Sandy

Thursday, March 15, 2018
Go to the back entrance next to the fire station and enjoy the rose gardens , bunnies every where and peacocks by the hundreds. They have historic homes you can tour but check the times and days. Closed for weddings. But even when they're closed, it's an amazing relaxing day in the park. The other side is baseball fields, playgrounds, and so much more.

Widiya Buana

Sunday, April 1, 2018
It was beautiful park. Many families spent their weekend by occupied tables and put tents for barbeque and whatnot. The park was also really clean and neat. Well-kept. There is a running track and any other sport field. The parking lot also plenty. The view also beautiful. There are two public restrooms but I didn't have a chance to check how clean it was. It is a good park for picnic. At the other side of park also displays antique old stuff. Walk a bit you will go toward Glendale Public Library. A bit crowded but people were enjoyed themselves with their own family.

Brad Brundage

Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018
Ive called this place peacock park since I was a kid since they roam around freely here. It's historical as well as fun. Take the tour of the house and other buildings and yes that big house was built in 79 days like a hundred years ago. Truly amazing.

Dallas Michaels

Monday, Feb. 12, 2018
Was recently at a wedding here. The place itself was nice enough. A lot of wild peacocks and rabbits running around. But the staff here was just terrible. Incredibly rude and pushy. Probably the worst venue staff I have ever encountered. Do NOT have a wedding here. Maybe a party or something, but nothing as important as a wedding.

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