Deem Hills Recreation Area

 

 

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Deem Hills is comprised of almost 1,000 acres of sonoran desert and is known for it's unique basalt volcanic rock formations.  The 5.7 mile Deem Hills Circumference trail traverses the entire recreation area and commands excellent views of the Phoenix area.  The Ridgeline trail runs 1.5 miles and is the highest trail in elevation in the system.  Several shorter trails provide a wide range of both distance and difficulty from this location.

 

Current Trail ProjectsTrail Map & Descriptions
 

​Trailheads:

Deem Hills Park
(West Trailhead)
26606 N. Deem Hills Pkwy.

​East Trailhead
27428 N. 39th Ave.   

Parking/Entrance Hours:

6 a.m. to 7 p.m.


 

Trail Hours:

5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

 
Register for Hikes and Outdoor Nature Programs
 

Contact Information:

Ranger Office:
602-495-6939
Natural Resources Office
(Business Hours Only):
602-495-5458

Contact Natural Resource staff regarding resource management at desert preserves
or call 602-261-8318


Take a hike, do it right logo 

Review "Take a Hike. Do it Right." guidelines before visiting the trail.  The symbol to the right of each trail name represents the difficulty rating.

Trail rating guide 

*Add an additional level of difficulty when the temperature is in the triple digits.