Find Palo Verde Arizona parks and recreation department, including city and state park authorities, and systems. Parks departments provide information on local recreation facilities, city parks, state parks, activities, recreational land use, and sporting.
Maricopa County Parks and Recreation 14805 West Vineyard Avenue Goodyear AZ 85338 17.3 miles from Palo Verde 623-932-3811
Phoenix City Parks and Recreation 2121 North 15th Street Phoenix AZ 85006 37.2 miles from Palo Verde 602-262-6412
Maricopa County Parks and Recreation 23280 North 43rd Avenue Glendale AZ 85310 38.6 miles from Palo Verde 602-506-2930
Ogemaw County Parks 2370 West Michigan Avenue Phoenix AZ 85023 38.9 miles from Palo Verde 989-345-3295
Maricopa Parks and Recreation 48141 West Farrell Road Maricopa AZ 85139 40.6 miles from Palo Verde 520-568-9527
Maricopa County Parks 41835 North Castle Hot Springs Road Morristown AZ 85342 41.3 miles from Palo Verde 602-506-2930
Maricopa County Parks and Recreation 41402 North 87th Avenue Peoria AZ 85383 43.0 miles from Palo Verde 602-372-7470
Tempe Parks and Recreation 3500 South Rural Road Tempe AZ 85282 43.4 miles from Palo Verde 480-350-5200
Scottsdale Parks and Recreation 7340 East Scottsdale Mall Scottsdale AZ 85251 44.6 miles from Palo Verde 480-312-2722
Maricopa County Parks and Recreation 37019 North Lava Lane Cave Creek AZ 85331 50.2 miles from Palo Verde 623-742-7988
Many programs and activities that are run by Parks Departments or take place at Parks Department facilities are fee-based. Many parks may be open to the public at no cost, though some heavily-trafficked parks may charge an entry or parking fee. State and federal parks that have campgrounds may also charge camping fees.
Parks Department programs and services are often limited to residents of the community. In some cases, Parks Departments may allow participation by non-residents, who must pay a higher fee. Use of public parks and passive recreation spaces is generally open to the public.
Local rules vary, but most public parks allow dogs. However, the vast majority of communities have leash laws that apply when bringing dogs to public parks.