Treasure Park East sits along the scenic Swift Trail in the deserts of southern Arizona. The picturesque mountain meadow setting offers visitors an escape from the desert heat and opportunities for viewing wildlife and wildflowers, as well as group camping, hiking, mountain biking and picnicking. The location boasts an interesting history. Legend has it that a treasure of stolen gold and silver was buried here by a band of outlaws in the 1850s. They reportedly marked the site with a triangle formed by three colored granite stones, though no buried treasure was ever found.
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Birding, Campfire Rings, Drinking Water, Firewood, Group Camping, Parking Area, Trails, Wildlife Viewing, Fishing, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Lake Access, Mountain Biking, Scenic Drive
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