There’s a hidden nature park in Arizona that’s so tucked away that maybe you’ve never heard of it. It seems as though locals are the only ones who really know about it, and perhaps, there are some who don’t. Located in the town of Cave Creek, just north of Scottsdale, is a nearly 3,000-acre park that’s like an oasis in the desert.

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Have you visited Cave Creek Regional Park before? If so, let us know if you visited the nature center, went hiking, booked a campsite, etc. and how was the experience. To learn more about this hidden nature park in Arizona, take a look at the Maricopa County Parks & Recreation website.

Need a place to stay in Cave Creek and don’t want to go camping? Well, here’s a suggestion — a bed and breakfast! Take a look at the Spur Cross Inn and book your stay.

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