It's the official center point of the Valley and was founded in the mid-1800s. It's also an Arizona centennial “legacy” project. Can you guess what it is?
State Parks Prepare For Influx Of Visitors
With the national parks shutting down Tuesday,
“Everybody understands that this could mean that a lot of people will be dropping by to see if they can find a place to camp or they’re just going on our website to try to find a place that they can make a reservation,” Bilbrey said.
She said while some campgrounds may already be full, there are still plenty with open camp sites. She advises those needing a reservation to find one online at azstateparks.com.