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  • Lake Pleasant One Cow Cove Closed April 28

    The area of One Cow Cove at Lake Pleasant will be closed from Friday, April 27, 2018, at noon to Saturday, April 28, 2018, at 4 p.m. for a boating activity. The area will be closed to event traffic only. ... more details

  • Estrella Park Competitive Track Parking Area Gates Closed 2/14 to 3/29/18

    The Estrella Mountain Regional Park Competitive Track Parking Area will be closed 2/14/18 to 3/29/18 due to the NASCAR race and Tough Mudder in the area. The Competitive Track can still be access via the trails by entering the main part of the park at Vineyard and Casey Abbott roads (14805 W. Vineyard Ave, Goodyear, AZ).... more details

  • Most Picnic Ramadas Unavailable due to Construction

    Estrella has many picnic ramadas that were very old and needed to be replaced. Many Ramadas are torn down or under construction. Please call the park office (623-932-3811) for availability. Please consider the use of the individual family picnic tables available on a first come first served basis found throughout the turf area. Sorry for any inconvenience. Thank You. ... more details

  • Maricopa County parks include smoking restrictions as part of fire ban

    (Maricopa County) – The Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department initiated its annual fire ban on May 8. Now, the Department is taking additional steps to protect the parks due to the extremely dry conditions. Effective Monday, June 26, smoking in Maricopa County parks will be prohibited, except within an enclosed vehicle or at developed recreation sites such as parking lots, picnic ramadas or campsites. ... more details

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  • County Parks set May 8 as start date for annual fire ban

    (Maricopa County) – The Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department will initiate its annual fire ban on Monday, May 8.... more details

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  • Annual Fire Ban To Be Implemented

    May 23, 2016 09:12 AM

    (Maricopa County) – The Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department will initiate its annual fire ban on Tuesday, May 31.“ Recent rain and cooler temperatures have enabled the Department to delay the implementation of the annual fire ban until after Memorial Day. This will provide park visitors the opportunity to enjoy campfires and cookouts over the holiday weekend,” said R.J. Cardin, Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Director.... more details

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