County goes Deeper into Open Space and Trails Master Plan with First Proposed Regional Park. 
Pinal County is living up to its motto “wide open opportunity” as it rolls out a planning process for the first of seven proposed regional parks in the County’s Open Space and Trails Master Plan (OSTMP).  Depending on public input, this proposed park will offer exceptional open space and outdoor recreation opportunity that could include hiking, equestrian riding, mountain biking, rock climbing, dark sky watching, picnicking and camping.  SALT has been actively involved in the planning of this proposed regional park.  Click here for details.



 The Superstition Area Land Trust Board Tours Future Park Area.  Click here for details.


 Pinal County Open Space and Trails Department partners with the Superstition Area Land Trust to build new trail.  Click here for details.

The Superstition Area Land Trust’s recruitment process for new volunteers is ongoing. If you would like to volunteer for the Superstition Area Land Trust, click here to complete an online application.  Please email if you have questions about volunteering. We have many volunteer positions available from administrative to trail building/trail stewards and everything in between.  Help us “Keep It Wild Forever”.

Thank you.

Do you love the Superstitions?  Help the Superstition Area Land Trust conserve the natural Sonoran Desert open spaces surrounding the Superstition Wilderness by supporting the

1st Annual  Keep It Wild  Golf Tournament on Saturday, January 30, 2016 at 10:30 a.m.

Hosted by the Gold Canyon Golf Resort this 4-person scramble will include a BBQ luncheon,

on-course games, a 50/50 raffle, prizes and a Silent Auction.

Players and Sponsors click here for details and registration forms.

Help us "Keep It Wild Forever".

Click  here  to become a sponsor
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