Tommy J. DeBardeleben

Power and Guadalupe Road Pond Maps

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The easiest way to get to the pond at Power and Guadalupe Road is to take the US 60 (Superstiton Freeway) to the Power Road exit.  Once exiting on Power Road, head south on Power Road for 1.3 miles.  Just north of Guadalupe Road is Monterey Avenue, which is at a convenient stoplight.  Make a right (west) on Monterey Avenue, which leads into the parking lot of a business area.  This is at the northwest corner of Power and Guadalupe Roads.  Park here in an uncovered parking space on the west end of the parking lot.  The eastern border of this pond is alongside Power Road.  Stay on this east side, as access is not permitted on the west side of the pond.  From the parking lot, walk along the east side of the pond (refer to Map # 3 on this page for appropriate boundaries to walk along the pond).  Also, this pond is very close and is a simple drive from the famous Gilbert Water Ranch.  If birding at Gilbert Water Ranch, this pond is worth stopping at to check for birds throughout the year.  From Gilbert Water Ranch (Greenfield and Guadalupe) head on Guadalupe Road east for 2.7 miles.  At Power Road, turn left (north) and make a left shortly after turning on Power Road, at the first stoplight, which is Monterey Avenue. 


Map # 1:  Getting to the Power and Guadalupe Road Pond from the US 60 (Superstition Freeway)


Map # 2:  Getting to the Power and Guadalupe Road Pond from Gilbert Water Ranch


Map # 3:  A closer look at accessing the Guadalupe and Power Road Pond

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