Discovery Park features, Award Winning Restored Wetland, and a newly constructed ranarium. Admission is free; however, certain performances and activities may require a fee. Please contact our office at (928) 428-6260 for more details.
he MGIO consists of three telescopes: the Vatican Advanced Technology Telescope, the Submillimeter (Radio) Telescope of the Arizona Radio Observatory, and the Large Binocular Telescope, the world’s most powerful telescope. The high-tech mirrors of the VATT and LBT were cast at the Richard F. Caris Mirror Lab.
Public education outreach visits are conducted by advance reservation, fromMay through October, weather permitting.
Call: (928) 428 - 6260
Roper Lake features numerous trails within the state park and offers the chance of exercise without testing you too much. If you want something a little more relaxing, try fishing from the shore or head out on a boat. Camping facilities are available if you want to spend a night or two exploring this beautiful area.
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