Roosevelt Lake

Out & About

Tonto National Monument

Friday, March 5

Individual Pass - $10 

(Purchase at Tonto Visitor's Center or Gift Shop)

Individual passes are valid for 7 days after date of purchase and are non-transferable. Children 15 years old and under are free. All Interagency Passes are accepted. Passes are valid only when the pass owner is present.

Open: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  • Entrance road

  • Visitor Center

  • Park Store

  • Picnic Area

  • Lower Cliff Dwelling and Trail (closed to uphill traffic at 4 p.m.) Foot traffic at the Lower Cliff Dwelling trail is being limited to follow CDC guidelines on COVID-19. Because of this, wait times may exist and the trail may hit capacity for the day earlier than the normal 4 p.m. closure. Consider visiting during weekdays and mornings to avoid high levels of visitation.

  • Cactus Patch Trail

  • Upper Cliff Dwelling and Trail with reservation only


  • Visitor Center Museum


Poppy Basket


1/2 Wings + 1/2 Nachos = 1/2 Price

Located at Roosevelt Lake Marina

Note: Please bring a mask and observe social distancing

Peridot Mesa

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Out & About

Peridot Mesa, San Carlos

Sunday, 7 a.m.-1 p.m.

Take a Poppy Walk in Peridot Mesa on Sunday and get an eyeful of the poppies growing on the rolling hills. Learn about the importance of the poppies and other wildflowers in the ecosystem.

Day passes are required and can be purchased for $10 from the San Carlos Rec. & Wildlife Department on U.S. Hwy. 70, San Carlos. Call 928-475-2236. Office hours are 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, and 8 a.m.-noon on Saturdays.



Old Globe Cemetery Tour

Friday & Saturday, noon

Master Gardener Bob Zache will lead the old Globe Cemetery Tour. This MODERATE hike with steep elevation is about 3 miles roundtrip. Bring a mask, water, sunscreen, and wear comfortable walking shoes. 

Note: Globe is known for its hilly terrain, and parts of this hike include steep hills. The hike will take about two hours to complete.

Where: Meet at the Train Depot at 230 S. Broad St., Globe. All participants must provide their own transportation to the Train Depot.

Out & About


Rent e-bikes and more in Downtown Globe on Saturday.

Go Downtown

Kids Poppy Talks & Poppy Planting

Educational booths hosted by:

  • Globe High School-FFA and Agriculture Department

  • Cobre Valley Watershed Partnership

  • Gila County Library District - will host a booth in front of Bouquest on Broad, 610 N. Broad St. in Downtown Globe, on flower pressing

U.S. Forest Service: Wilderness Chats

Globe High: "Be Kind" Initiative

Local Artist Nate Rector: Caricature Drawings

Poppy Packs Take and Make: packs for kids

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Poppy Talk

When: March 6 at 11 a.m.

Where: In-person at Globe-Miami Chamber of Commerce, 1360 N. Broad St., Globe or on Zoom

Speaker is professional photographer Lisa Langell. She will teach you tips and techniques to capture GREAT wildflowers with whatever camera you use.

Sign up:


Graffiti Art Contest: Behind Bouquets on Broad, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Artists only allowed to attend. Judging will be 1-1:30 p.m. Click this link to download flyer with further details.

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Stacy's Art & Soul will host a Kids Craft booth from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 610 N. Broad St. in Downtown Globe!

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