Saguaro National Park Beckons With Stunning Vistas, and, Er, Prickly Arms

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Saguaro National Park Beckons With Stunning Vistas, and, Er, Prickly Arms

Arizona’s Saguaro National Park has been occupied by humans for at least 2,000 years. Most recently by park rangers and tourists and ad

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Arizona’s Saguaro National Park has been occupied by humans for at least 2,000 years. Most recently by park rangers and tourists and adventurers. It’s been a national park since 1994, after a few decades as a national monument. Trip through the place in this three-minute video from More Than Just Parks and Visit Tucson, and you’ll see why.



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