Sahuaro Ranch Park Historic Area
9802 N. 59th Ave.
Glendale Arizona 85302
Phone: (623) 930-4200
Open: 6 a.m. to Sunset
Free Historic Tours
Historic 1895 Main House Tour
Visit the historic Main House (built between 1891-1898). Learn details about the house, its role at the Ranch and about the people who lived there. Through May 31, the house is open Wed. thru Sat., 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Sun., 1 to 4 p.m. The Main House is also open in June and July, Fri.–Sat., 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Closed in August. Main House tours will resume Sunday, September 1. Please call 623-930-4200 to schedule group tours with more than 10 people.
NEW! Sustainable Agriculture Tour Videos
Available Now! Funded by the Arizona Humanities
Council and the Glendale Civic Pride
Ambassadors. Use your smart phone/
tablet to learn about the history of
sustainable agricultural while on site or click here to view them.
- Join the Rose Garden Deadheaders!
Next meeting: Friday, May 17, at 6 a.m.
Help keep the rose garden looking beautiful! The Rose Garden Deadheaders help keep the rose bushes in the Ranch's historical area looking great throughout the year. This important team of volunteers come on their own time to "deadhead" the bushes, removing the spent blooms. Volunteers can help with any part of the Ranch's rose garden or be assigned to a small part to be responsible for. Volunteers choose the best time in their schedules to visit the garden and "deadhead." Come to the "meeting" to see what it is all about and have some fun too. This group is part of the Rose Society of Glendale. For more information, contact Laura Hirsch at 602-920-1697 or email@example.com.
- ADVENTURES IN HISTORY, youth summer camp
June 10-13, Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. to noon
Youth, ages 6 to 10, can experience history through games, activities and crafts at the Adventures in History Camp. Activities take place inside the Ranch’s historic buildings and throughout the historic area. Daily themes include “Dirty Work,” “Movin’ & Grovin’” and “Old Time Technology.” $35 (non-resident $42). For more information, call 623-930-4201. Click here to register. (Sign up code #483111-02)
- Facility rental opportunities
Sahuaro Ranch Park Historic Area, with its unique and historical features can be the perfect place to host your next event (some restrictions apply). With multiple venues, indoor and outdoor, your event will be impressive. Our customer-focused staff will make your experience truly memorable. Contact a rental coordinator at 623-930-4202 for more information or to reserve your special date!
- Be a Volunteer
Call 623-930-4201 for details. Learn about volunteer opportunities at the Ranch.
- Educational field trips for schools!
Select four modules to “Explore History.” Modules include Meet the Blacksmith, Life in the 1930s and Birds of Sahuaro Ranch. For details, call 623-930-4201.
Historical Area Map
Arizona Artist Blacksmith Association
Participates in tours and events held at Sahuaro Ranch Park Historic Area. This state- wide organization provides narrated educational units for school tours and individual events held throughout the year. The blacksmithing demonstration is a unique experience, it truly is an Art.
Arizona Beef Council
Participates in two City of Glendale special events and hosts two additional events each year at Sahuaro Ranch Park Historic Area. This organization brings unique, “live animal” and Arizona ranching experiences to each event.
Arizona Early Day Gas Engine and Tractor Association
Provides event support for hay rides at large events held at Sahuaro Ranch Park Historic Area. This organization plans and coordinates an Antique Tractor & Engine Show on the 2nd weekend of February. In addition, provides knowledge and planting/harvesting logistics for farming crops in the Demonstration Field as well as an agricultural education day demonstrating historic farming techniques to grade school students.
The Glendale Arizona Historical Society
The Glendale Arizona Historical Society schedules and coordinates wedding ceremonies in the Rose Garden in addition to managing the Guest House tours and operations. To contact the Historical society office, please call 623-435-0072 or visit www.glendalearizonahistoricalsociety.org/.
The Rose Society of Glendale
nonprofit, educational organization
affiliated with the American Rose Society. We are a community oriented,
family organization for anyone interested in our national floral emblem-The
Rose. The Rose Society of Glendale provides an opportunity to share a love
of roses by providing information, education and demonstrations at our
monthly meetings and various rosey functions throughout the year. Visit our
website www.roseglenaz.com for meeting and contact information.
If you are feeding free-roaming, wild or feral cats you cannot catch, help is available. The Spay and Neuter Hotline (SNH) has a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program for feral cats. TNR is the most humane and effective method for stabilizing the feral cat population. Cats are humanely trapped, spayed and neutered, ear-tipped and returned. To sign up for the TNR program, please contact the SNH at 602-265-7729 (SPAY) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit us on-line at www.spayneuterhotline.org