Did you know that the Desert Botanical Garden in Arizona tracks wildflower blooms to let flower lovers know where to view the amazing natural displays during springtime? The Garden partners with many parks, and other gardens, in the state to give locals and tourists up-to-date information on where spring wildflowers are in abundance.
Since we’re in the middle of wildflower season right now, we thought we’d tell you where the Garden says you can view these beautiful blossoms. If you’re living in Arizona or will be visiting, consider making a trip to see them in all their glory. Even if you can’t make it to view these pretty flowers this year, the list below will help you to know where you can probably marvel at wildflowers next year.
Use the following guide to find out where you can view spring wildflowers in Arizona on car rides, walks, hikes, and many outdoor adventures.
Arizona State Parks and Botanical Gardens with Spring-Blooming Wildflowers
- Desert Botanical Garden
- South Mountain Park
- Maricopa County Parks
- Adobe Dam Regional Park
- Buckeye Hills Regional Park
- Cave Creek Regional Park
- Desert Outdoor Center
- Estrella Mountain Regional Park
- Lake Pleasant Regional Park
- McDowell Mountain Regional Park
- San Tan Mountain Regional Park
- Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area
- Usery Mountain Regional Park
- White Tank Mountain Regional Park
- McDowell Sonoran Preserve
- Glendale Public Library Xeriscape Garden
- Thunderbird Conservation Park
North of Phoenix
- Agua Fria National Monument
East of Phoenix
- Tonto National Monument
- Boyce Thompson Arboretum/Globe Area
- Kofa National Wildlife Refuge
- BLM, Colorado River District (Lake Havasu)
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- Picacho Peak State Park
- Saguaro National Park East District
- Saguaro National Park West District
- Tohono Chul Park
- Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
- Patagonia Lake State Park
- Tubac Presidio State Historic Park and Museum
If you’ve been to any of these state parks or botanical gardens, we’d love to hear what you thought of the experience and whether you saw tons of stunning wildflowers. Feel free to leave us a message below.