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Just a few miles to the southeast of downtown Phoenix, Gilbert, Arizona is a rapidly growing suburb which benefits from being so close to both the big city as well as its proximity to the natural beauty of the Superstition Mountains. Named after William Gilbert, who provided the land for a railroad between Phoenix and Florence, the area was originally agricultural with the nickname “Hay Capital of the World.” Mostly a residential community, Gilbert is on the eastern edge of the Phoenix metropolitan area and has grown from a tiny city of about 2,000 in 1970 to well over 200,000 permanent residents today. The city’s website boasts that Gilbert is one of the “best places to live in America” with “sunny weather, safe neighborhoods, exceptional schools and a wide array of outdoor and cultural attractions.”
One such outdoor attraction in Gilbert is the Riparian at Water Ranch, one of the largest and most popular wildlife preserves in the Phoenix area. The ranch offers 110 acres of natural habitat featuring nearly 250 species of birds. Hiking and equestrian trails are open to visitors along with campsites and picnic grounds. For star gazers, the ranch has the Phoenix Valley’s only astronomy observatory open to the public on Fridays and Saturdays from dusk until 9:30 p.m. For those with a more competitive nature, Gilbert is home to several top-flight golf courses including Greenfield Lakes, Kokopelli, Seville, Trilogy and Western Skies.
Gilbert tutors can get you caught up with your studies so you can take a day to explore the wonders of the Superstition Mountains. Northeast on Highway 60, the Superstitions offer history, several miles of outstanding hiking trails and mystery. For an introduction to the mountains, visitors might stop at Lost Dutchman State Park or the more touristy Goldfield Ghost Town. The park offers easy trails through the Saguaro studded desert along with picnic tables and campgrounds. Goldfield Ghost Town, on the other hand, takes its visitors back to the old west, complete with saloons, general store, blacksmith shop and a staged gun fight. For those up for a good hike, the three-mile round-trip Hieroglyphic Trail rewards hikers with a spectacular view of ancient petroglyphs carved into the mountain walls by the Hohokam Indians more than 500 years ago. And, for those with gold on their mind, the Peralta and Dutchman’s trails take hikers past Weaver’s Needle which is thought to be near the Lost Dutchman’s Mine with millions of dollars of lost gold.
While Gilbert is excellent for its outdoor activities, it’s also home to several cultural amenities as well. The Hale Centre Theatre is an indoor theater for live entertainment including comedies, dramas and musicals. The Gilbert Historical Museum, on the site of the original Gilbert Elementary School built in 1913, contains artifacts and memorabilia chronicling the history of Gilbert and the nearby area. The museum also hosts weddings, birthday parties and community gatherings.
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A combination of wetlands and desert habitat, the Riparian at Water Ranch in Gilbert is one of the largest and most popular natural areas in the Phoenix Valley