Looking for a great trail near Buckeye, Arizona? AllTrails has 26 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Robbins Butte State Game Management Unit or Desert Foothills Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Buckeye Town Park. Ready for some activity? There are 22 moderate trails in Buckeye ranging from 1.3 to 39.2 miles and from 836 to 3,116 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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rocky
11 days ago

off road driving
11 days ago

Just got a new 4runner and wanted a basic trail so I decided to try this trail. Got passed the ranch and was starting to round the first mountain but there was a park ranger that shut the gate on me and proceeded to yell at me saying that I couldnt be here even though there were people on the other side driving away. So I turned around and headed back and he proceeded to turn his lights on to pull me over. I pulled over and he stated that he would escort me out. So I'm following this guy out as two other cars drive by us and not a word was said to them. Maybe Mexicans aren't allowed there dunno.

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no shade
15 days ago

Good trail for the new joker. It’s August and hit. Left at 6:00am. Suggest hiking the trail clockwise then you are in the shade of the mountain longer. Would be a great sunset trail in cooler months

mostly a dirt road. Had to go 5 miles per hour for 10-15 miles because of the rapid small bumps so I gave up and turned around. not fun

Started at 6:00am. Turnbuckle w/Valley Vista Summit X 2. First pass, counter clockwise, then direction reversed to clockwise. About 8.5 miles total.

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scramble
1 month ago

hiking
2 months ago

I take my dogs out here all the time. Beware of snakes in April and May(have seen up to 3 a day on this loop). Be cautious of mountain bikers that occasionally come up on you. Good elevation leads to beautiful views of the valley.

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rocky
2 months ago

Eight of us from the Sun City Grand Hiking Club hiked across the bridge to Mountain Wash to

hiking
2 months ago

I would recommend this trail. Although it can become rocky, the trail is quite wide. The trail is shaded for most of it, which is wonderful. I took my puppy on this trail and she loved it. She was able to stick it out the whole time. :)

Took my five year old and he got to feel large and in charge when we completed this trail. Hiking up the Vista adds some much needed flavor on this one. Trail is very well maintained but comes across as more of a out door workout trail than a nature get away.

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no shade
3 months ago

Typical desert flora and fauna. Ok for workout but overall underwhelming.

My son and I just rolled through this trail. The first probably 20 miles of this trail is simply a graded dirt road, but after the bridge, the trail was fun. First section was a sandy wash, then lots of ruts and some areas that required us to turn on 4lo since we didn’t want to ride the brakes, stayed in 4LO for maybe 3 miles. We did the trail in 2WD almost 99% of it. Trail is passable by any stock high clearance vehicle.. As long as you don’t mind getting some ARIZONA pin stripes, it’s a fun ride! We were on a JKU and a WJ.

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bridge out
3 months ago

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rocky
4 months ago

Great exercise, can add .33 miles at the top for Valley Vista! Worth the extra trail 

Beautiful trail. However, there were a lot of small gnat like bugs. We did turnbuckle and Watson loop and there were bugs on both. Only reason for the four star. It is nature, however, so the bugs are understandable.

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bugs
4 months ago

TOO MANY BUGS FLYING ALL OVER YOU

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rocky
4 months ago

Maybe my favorite in Skyline Regional Park. It takes you to the far western section of the park. You get great 360 degree views from the summit if you choose to go there. Good workout especially if you approach the trail from Chuckwalla as that approach offers much quicker elevation gain. I would suggest doing this trail from both directions. Great scenery either way. Depending on how you approach this trail the distance will be 7 plus miles. Bring enough water and maybe a snack or two.

Nice hike with some great views. This hike is in the eastern portion of Skyline Regional Park which is less trafficked than the western areas. I don’t usually use poles or a hiking stick but I wish I’d had something for the set of switchbacks leading to the summit - gravel and gravel on rock which made for tricky footing when descending. Overall, a good workout on a trail that I’ve done twice and only run into a total of two people (on the last .9 of the trail).

hiking
4 months ago

Great hike mostly flat with a very nice incline. We got startled by a rattle snake curled up at the Row of large boulders you have to walk through to start heading up the hill. So, be on the look out snakes are out.

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rocky
4 months ago

hiking
4 months ago

Great hike! Honestly quite easy even though it is marked moderate. Will definitely do again.

hiking
4 months ago

Went and checked this one out today. Fun trail. Beautiful views. Lots of bees and flys, however no issues. Just amazing nature.

Beautiful trail- lots of beehives last 1/4 mile

Nice elevation gains in some spots. Pretty decent views in the distance. A relatively easy hike.

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