Saguaro National Park is in southern Arizona. Its 2 sections are on either side of the city of Tucson. The park is named for the large saguaro cactus, native to its desert environment. In the western Tucson Mountain District, Signal Hill Trail leads to petroglyphs of the ancient Hohokam people. In the eastern Rincon Mountain District, Cactus Forest Drive is a loop road with striking views of the desert landscape.
Saguaro National Park is located near the town of Tucson, Arizona, off Interstate 10. The park is divided into two parts. Depending on your perspective one half is to the east or north of Tucson while the other half is to the west or south of Tucson. The terrain is different in both parks. The locals have their own opinion on which side of the park they like best. I can say for sure there is more Saguaro cactus in the west part of the park. If you want to stay in your car and take a tour of the park, then the north side is for you. I like both sides because they are different from each other.
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