Tucson Mountain District Roads Closed Due to Flash Flooding
Several interior roads, including the scenic loop, are closed in Tucson Mountain District (west) due to severe storms and flash flooding during the week of July 6. Crews are working to repair the roads and expect to reopen on Friday, July 11. More »
Fire Restrictions in effect for Saguaro National Park
Due to fire danger in Southern Arizona, Saguaro National Park will implement fire restrictions beginning Thursday, June 5, 2014. Restrictions prohibit campfires, charcoal, coal or wood stove fires, fireworks, and smoking except within enclosed vehicles. More »
Weed Free Trails Program
The goal of this program is to monitor Saguaro National Park's trails network primarily through volunteer assistance, thus eradicating a suite of exotic plants from human transportation vectors. The collective group of weed-free trail monitors will monitor trail segments a minimum of once per year, as scheduling and time permit.
We ask that volunteers attend an orientation on:
Orientations are held periodically. Feel free to email SAGU_Invasive@nps.gov or call (520)733-5187 with any questions regarding Saguaro National Park's Weed Free Trails Program.
Did You Know?
The saguaro cactus only grows naturally in the Sonoran Desert. There are approximately 1.6 million individual saguaro plants growing within Saguaro National Park.