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Fort McDowell, Arizona: Rattlesnake Slide

Regional park campground features a playground with a slide resembling a 36-ft. long rattlesnake.

McDowell Mountain Regional Park

Address:
16300 McDowell Mountain Park Dr., Fort McDowell, AZ
Directions:
McDowell Mountain Regional Park, north of Fountain Hills via McDowell Mountain Park Rd to McDowell Mountain Park Dr.
Admission:
$3 per person
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Giant Rattlesnake Slide

If you're planning a camping trip with the kids, you have to stay at McDowell Mountain County park and stop by the playground that features a rather scary giant rattlesnake slide. It also has a life sized spider web for the kiddies to climb around on to. It's also nicely shaded. A must in summer.

[Tgeeks, 12/29/2014]

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