Wildlflowers in bloom along Pinal Pioneer Parkway
Pinal Pioneer Parkway is a 42-mile, two-lane highway that crosses a broad, almost untouched section of Sonoran Desert between Oracle Junction (just north of Tucson and west of Oracle) and Florence. Along the road you can stop at the Tom Mix Memorial, and picnic areas.
It is a very scenic drive and currently has beautiful wildflowers that line the roadside.
Posted on April 19, 2010, in arizona, cactus, flowers, nature, phoenix, plants, recreation, travel, tucson and tagged arizona, arizona tourism, florence, florence arizona, flowers, nature, oracle, oracle arizona, southern arizona, travel, tucson, wildflowers. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.