Tommy J. DeBardeleben

Chaparral Park Maps

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Map # 1: Getting to Chaparral Park

The Loop 101 (Pima Freeway) is the closest route to take in accessing Chaparral Park.  Take the Chaparral Road exit and head west on Chaparral Road for one mile to the turnoff to the park, which will be on the north side of Chaparral Road. 

Map # 2: Chaparral Park overview

Maps # 3 and 4:  Additional ponds closeby Chaparral Park

Besides the main park, there are a few other ponds very closeby that are worth checking.  Hayden Road borders Chaparral Park on the west, where Jackrabbit Road borders the park on the north.  Go to the southwest intersection of Hayden and Jackrabbit Roads, and walk south down the west side of Hayden Road from here.  There will be three small ponds that should be checked, that often have different waterfowl, often large Wigeon numbers.  Another pond is immediately south of Chaparral Park, which is at the southeast corner of Chaparral and Hayden Roads.

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