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The park contains a large variety of plants and animals that call the lower Sonoran Desert home. Along the most popular feature of the park, the Wind Cave Trail, water seeps from the roof of the alcove to support hanging gardens of Rock Daisy. The Wind Cave is formed at the boundary between the volcanic tuff and granite on Pass Mountain. Breathtaking views from this 2,840-foot elevation are offered to all visitors.
Our Group site, A, has water, a large Ramada containing six tables, large patio, a grill and restrooms with showers. An RV dump station is near the entrance. When checking in at the main entrance, say that you are at Group Site A with Desert Adventures.
The Ramada has power for crockpots & phone charges. A kettle will be available to make hot water, so bring your coffee, cocoa or tea.
Registration is available for those who just want to visit the park and join us for the Saturday evening potluck. The potluck will be served at 4:30 pm. We gather around the eating area at 3:30 pm for appetizers & social. Where is what is being brought so far:
- Meatballs in Mushroom sauce
Remember to bring food, drinking water, hiking gear and firewood. Quiet time is from 10 pm until 6 am. Your moderately behaved dogs are welcome.
For questions, contact your hosts Joe&Hans at:
Usery@ComputerComprehension.com or 602-708-9691 (text only)