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Thursday, June 11, 2015

SKYLINE REGIONAL PARK

SKYLINE REGIONAL PARK GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY
Buckeye
Area mayors and state legislators break ground
UPDATE: grand opening date will be Jan 9, 2016.
Brace yourselves hikers: a new West Valley hiking destination is on schedule to open in November or December 2015. The official groundbreaking ceremony for Skyline Regional Park was held on Wednesday, June 10th. Mayors and state legislators representing surrounding towns and districts
turned the dirt in view of a crowd of outdoor enthusiasts, members of the business community and homeowners from nearby neighborhoods. In addition to the photo opp ceremony, Wild at Heart native bird rescue was
on hand to release a rehabilitated Red-tailed hawk into her new home.
Located just a half mile north of Interstate 10, the 8,700 acre Buckeye park will initially have 14 miles of non-motorized use trails with more planned as development phases roll out.
Another rich feature of the park will be its connectivity with residential communities, adjacent recreation areas like White Tank Mountains Regional Park and the Greater Phoenix circumnavigating Maricopa Trail.
LOCATION:
The entry gate will be located a half-mile north of Interstate 10 on Watson Road (exit 117) in Buckeye.
INFO: City of Buckeye
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