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FIRE BAN INFORMATION
Effective
Tuesday, May 27, 2014 through Thursday, August 28, 2014
Maricopa County's regional parks will initiate the annual fire ban. This includes banning the use of all
campfire, fire pits and charcoal grills; however, it is still acceptable to use gas/propane grills in designated areas such as the ramada areas, semi-developed and developed camping sites, and along the shoreline at Lake Pleasant Regional Park.
If the parks do not receive ample rain during the monsoon season, the Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department
may extend the fire ban to protect the parks resources and ensure visitor safety. To learn more, click here.

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"Scrambled EGGstravaganza" Crafts and Games- San Tan
San Tan Mountain Regional Park
Rascal the Rabbit is up to his usual tricks and hidden some EGGStravagant treats inside the San Tan Visitor Center. In order to receive his EGGSeptional goodies, you must locate secret clues he left along the Interpretive Trail(roughly one quarter-mile round-trip). Check in at the Visitor Center to receive a special map to help you locate Rascal’s treasure. Stay after for some fun craft activities. Supplies are limited. Rascal's Adventure: Start your morning of adventure with this self-guided scavenger hunt. You'll collect stickers and place them on your map as you search for Rascal the Rascally Rabbit. Games and Face Painting: Test your skills at some of Rascal's bunny games. Then get your face painted to show your true blue bunny-side. Little Peeps Crafts: Explore the craft activities inside the Nature Center. Pony Rides with MD Ranch: Say "Hi" to the friendly horses and folks at MD Ranch as you saddle up for a ride. Rides are free but donations are always welcome to help feed the horses. Egg Hunt: Times/ages listed below. Oh that Rascal is a a funny bunny. He loves to play tricks on people. Can you find the special golden eggs among the other eggs he hid in the park? 9:30am - Chick Egg Hunt: Chidren ages 4 and under. 10:00am - Bunny Egg Hunt: Children ages 5 - 7 years. 10:30am - Jackrabbit Egg Hunt: Children ages 8 - 11 years. 11:00am - Duck Egg Hunt: Children ages 12 and older.

Date: 4/19/2014
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Duration: 3 hours (available between 9a.m. and 12p.m.)
Registration Required: No    
Fee: $6 vehicle park entry fee
 
More Info: http://maricopa.gov/parks/santan
Contact: (480) 655-5554
Location: San Tan Mountain Regional Park
 
Address:
6533 W. Phillips Road
Queen Creek, AZ  
85142
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San Tan Mountain Regional Park
6533 West Phillips Road
Queen Creek Arizona 85242
Phone: (480) 655-5554
Fax: (602)372-8596
santanpark@mail.maricopa.gov
 
 
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