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    National Park Arizona

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  • Rincon Mountain District Backcountry Closures Due to Deer Head Fire

    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 »

Pets

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All dogs must be kept on a leash with a human attached at the other end.

For the protection of your animal, visitors, and Saguaro National Park, pets are allowed only on roadways and picnic areas (except Mam-A-Gah picnic area in the Tucson Mountain District-west). Pets must be kept on a leash that does not exceed 6 feet at all times. Pets may not be taken on any trail, off road, or inside both visitor centers.

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Did You Know?

Saguaro

The average life span of a saguaro cactus is 150 years, but some plants may live more than 200 years. A 20 foot tall saguaro weighs approximately 1 ton (2000 pounds).