Saguaro National Park Interpretation

Saguaro National Park

Interpretive Programs

Saguaro National Park 's visitor season is from approximately November through April.

During these months both districts of the park offer naturalist-led activities on most days. Patio talks and cactus garden walks are offered near the visitor centers, most of these are wheel-chair accessible. Longer guided hikes and special activities such as bird and wildflower walks are offered frequently during the season.

Special moonlight hikes and full-moon talks are also offered, many of these require reservations.Call the visitor centers for specific information: Rincon Mountain District (Eastside) 520 733-5153, Tucson Mountain District (Westside) 520 733-5158.

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