White Tank Regional Park Web site
20304 W White Tank Mountain Road
Waddell, AZ 85355
Phone: (623) 935.2505
|At White Tank Mountain Park
October 31, 2014
7 to 9:30 PM
Bring the kids out for a spook-tacular evening! Trick-or-Treat along a luminary-lit desert trail (1/2 mile barrier-free), play themed games, have a hot dog (vendor provided), enjoy cocoa and apple cider, learn about “creepy, crawly desert creatures”, and more. This fun, safe family event will be held at Area 4. This event is supported by the Friends of White Tank Park.
Park entrance fee: $6/vehicle
|Our next Member Meeting will be Sunday, November 2 in the Nature Center at the Park. This meeting will be our Annual Meeting. Time is 2:00 p.m. Meetings generally last from one hour to one and a half hours. All members and visitors are welcome. Please join us!
Friends of White Tank Amended and Restated Bylaws
The By-Laws committee has worked hard in rewording some sections of our current By Laws. All members are allowed a 30 day review process and will vote to accept this edited version at our Annual Meeting, November 2, 2014.
5th Annual Outdoor Arts and Crafts Fair
White Tank Mountain Park
Saturday, February 28, 2015 and Sunday March 1, 2015
We are pleased to announce the 5th Annual Arts and Crafts Fair, sponsored by Friends of White Tank Park. will be held again at the beautiful White Tank Mountain Regional Park. Come by and meet the local independent artisans that will be displaying their fine art and crafts. White Tank Mountain Regional Park is a perfect setting for this wonderful fair.
Visitors to the Arts and Crafts Fair will also be able to experience the exhibits on display in the White Tank Park Nature Center. Proceeds from the Arts and Crafts Fair will be used to support park projects, educational programs and facilities at the White Tank Mountain Regional Park.
For additional information about the Arts and Crafts Fair.
Artists wishing to participate please complete the Friends of White Tank Art Fair Application Form . (Form is a PDF)
FoWTP Contribute to the Nature Center
A preserved Great Horned Owl guards his prey and a nearby pair of quail appear ready to take flight to safety. The birds were found dead of natural causes in the park, mounted by a taxidermist, and presented to the nature center as a gift from Friends of White Tank Park.