Usery Mountain Regional Park

Usery Mountain Regional Park, Mesa: Address, Phone Number, Usery Mountain Regional Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Usery Mountain Regional Park

Usery Mountain Regional Park
4.5
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stjohnbeachlover
St. Louis, Missouri 1,060 contributions
A busy trail but not too strenuous!
Feb 2021 • Couples
We visited the Usery Mountain Park on a Monday in February and was surprised by the large number of people on the trail. It was about 20 - 25 minutes outside Mesa. We had planned on going to the highly rated Cave of the Wind Trail but the parking lot was packed. With covid still being an issue we drove over to the No-So Trail that connected to the Blevins Trail. We walked about 2 of the 3 miles when my knee went out and I had to limp back to the Jeep. We got back about 2 pm and ate lunch at the picnic tables near the parking lot. It was very busy with most people being bicyclists. I probably would not attempt to visit on the weekend if it was this busy on a Monday.
Written 20 June 2021
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ajsupertramp86
Phoenix, AZ16 contributions
Great view of the valley
Apr 2021
Took my 9 year old daughter who hates hiking, a labradoodle, and my 32 year old brother who loves a challenging hike. We all had a great time. My daughter, the dog, and I only made it 1.05 miles up, we had about another half mile to go and it was too steep for us. My brother left us and made it all the way to the cave. You could tell by his big smile that he got some great photos and a good hike in. Would definetly try again when my kid is older. The trail was not too busy for a Saturday morning in April. There is not a lot of shade, but plenty of good places to stop and rest on a rock.
Written 28 April 2021
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Tim M
3 contributions
Wind Cave / Pass Mountain
Aug 2020
Great area to hike Wind Cave and Pass Mountain are my two favorites in the park. Wind Cave is and up and down approximately 2+ miles (can add a little more by hiking past the normal destination to the top). Pass Mountain is a circular trail with a distance of approximately 7.2 miles. Great views of the surrounding area, and definitely bring water plus food for that hike.
Written 17 April 2021
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darrell r
Moravia, NY82 contributions
NIce desert hike
Mar 2021
There weer many people, bikes, and horses there are on nice Saturday morning. But, even with all the people, the hike was very nice, and many times seemed alone. The trails are well marked and good walk for all levels of expertise. I would highly recommend if a couple hours of exercise is desired.
Written 27 March 2021
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Kahnster
31315622 contributions
Group Site is Large
Mar 2021
We utilized one of the two group sites and could easily accommodate a dozen trailers. There is a large ramada, firepit and the restroom/shower is close by.
Written 19 March 2021
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windom1208
Windom, MN19 contributions
Great hike
Mar 2021 • Couples
Hiked to wind cave, it is a very nice hike that is good exercise but not overly strenuous. We moved at a moderate pace and it took about 1.5 hours. Would definitely hike here again, it's a nice alternative to camelback.
Written 19 March 2021
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Darlene I
Bremerton, WA36 contributions
Nice desert scenery
Mar 2021
I visited on a weekday morning. The sky was clear, there were a number of people here, but not too crowded. This is the quintessential Sonora desert landscape, with many beautiful and old Saguaro cactus and many other kinds of cactus and. The trails are well laid out, and fairly easy. We went on the Vista trail, about a mile up and down, not too hard. Beautiful.
Written 15 March 2021
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_SLH138_
Minneapolis, MN115 contributions
Great hike on Blevins Trail
Feb 2021
This well-kept park has a reasonable entry fee and a nice visitor's center at its entrance with bathrooms and staff who can direct you to your trailhead. We hiked the Blevins Trail and enjoyed seeing the variety of vegetation and the views of nearby mountains (and the Phoenix air marker). Be aware that this particular trail is used by a lo of bikers too.
Written 7 March 2021
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Mags2472
Seattle, WA37 contributions
Wind cave hike
Jan 2021 • Family
Busy trails, good exercise, gorgeous views. We headed down as the sun was starting to set, and we got some amazing pictures.
Written 19 January 2021
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Gibsoninpa
Fairview, PA514 contributions
Lots of Great Hiking and Catcus
Oct 2020
This was a great place for hiking and seeing the various Cactus. A bit of trouble finding the entrance but once we did, plenty of parking, no crowds, easy to social distance during the pandemic. Would be a great place to ride trail bikes. Bring plenty of water and snacks. Lovely views of the area below. Worth a trip to investigate. Enjoyed a lovely afternoon.
Written 11 November 2020
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