Regional North America United States Arizona Travel and Tourism Parks National Parks and Monuments Saguaro National Park
Saguaro National Park was established in 1933 to protect the giant saguaro cacti, which are unique to the Sonoran Desert. There are two separate designated areas, one in the Rincon Mountains (East), and one in the Tucson Mountains (West).
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GORP: Saguaro National Park
A guide to travel, tourism and recreation in Saguaro National Park including activities, outdoor attractions, and maps.
Saguaro National Park
Official NPS site. Includes visitor information and a teacher's guide to the desert ecology of the park.
Saguaro National Park (DesertUSA)
The saguaro has been described as the monarch of the Sonoran Desert.
Saguaro National Park - American Southwest
Description and photographs of both sections of the park, east and west of Tucson.
A Sea of Cacti
Gallery with photos by Alex Sievers covering Signal Hill, Esperanza Trail, Valley View and petroglyphs.
Untraveled Road: Saguaro National Park
Virtual walking tour of this Sonoran desert park in southern Arizona.
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