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    Saguaro

    National Park Arizona

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  • Rincon Mountain District Backcountry Closures Due to Wildland Fire Activity

    Due to fire activity and for the safety of hikers and campers, some trail and campground closures have been enacted. All off-trail areas within Saguaro National Park east of Douglas Spring Trail and Manning Camp Trails are also closed. More »

Guided Programs

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NPS

Ranger programs are available year round in Saguaro National Park. January through April is our busy season and there are a wider variety to choose from daily. During the summer, only a few programs may be offered any given week. Please know that schedules and program titles are always subject to change. Please check at the visitor centers for the most up to date listings.

To see a monthly scheduled listing of programs offered at Saguaro National Park, click on the link below:


 
Rincon Mountain District
(East of Tucson)
Tucson Mountain District
(West of Tucson)

July Guided Programs

July Guided Programs


August Guided Programs


August Guided Programs



For a map of Saguaro National Park's two districts, click here...


For information about park entrance fees and federal passes that are available and accepted at Saguaro National Park, go to the park's Fee Information page.

Did You Know?

Javelina

"Don't call ME pig!" Javelinas are able to eat spiny prickly pear pads with no obvious harm to their mouths, stomachs or intestinal tracts due to an enzyme in their saliva. Javelinas are not true pigs, they are peccaries, which are native to the Americas. True pigs are native to Europe and Asia. Wild pigs and boars are descended from true pigs brought over on boats to the new world.