Visit Saguaro National Park
The Saguaro is the icon of the American Southwest. Fascinating not only in form, but in the fact that thousands reside here in Tucson in the Saguaro National Park.
Visit Saguaro National Park, an impressive forest of the giant symbols of the southwest.
This is the spot to visit if you want to experience a stunning display of saguaro's, especially when they are in bloom usually in late May and early June.
The saguaro produces beautiful white blooms. No where else in the world can you view a saguaro studded forest.
The Saguaro National Park is divided into two areas west of Interstate 10 and east of Interstate 10. The two parks are about 30 minutes apart. This park is one of the many scenic drives in Arizona.
Cactus Forest Scenic Loop Drive is 8 miles of paved road in the (East) Saguaro National Park
Bajada Loop Drive (West) is a popular unpaved 6 mile drive.
The Loop begins at Hohokam Road, one and a half miles west of the Red Hills Visitor Center. Leaving the Red Hills Visitor Center, turn right onto Kinney Road. Follow Kinney Road 1.6 miles (2.6 km) to the loop’s entrance on the right. The loop ends where golden Gate Road meets Sandario Road.