Parks in Troon
Troon has several wonderful parks to enjoy. They are great for the whole family.
The first is the Troon North Community Park located on the northwest corner of Dynamite Boulevard and 93rd Street. It is a four acre park with basketball courts, tennis courts, playground equipment, large grassy areas, picnic tables and a ramada. This park is owned and managed by the Troon North HOA for association members. It is a short distance from most homes in Troon North and accessible by walking trails.
The second park is George “Doc” Cavalliere Park, named after a long time Troon North resident. Doc operated his family’s blacksmith shop and then went on to own Greasewood Flat. This park is located at 27775 N. Alma School Parkway, behind the fire station. This park is 32 acres with fun things for everyone. There are two basketball courts, a shaded playground, several picnic areas and an easy one mile loop trail.
Pinnacle Peak Park is a 150 acre park located on the side of Pinnacle Peak Mountain. It has a 1.75 mile hiking trail of moderate difficulty along the side of the mountain. This is one of the most popular hiking trails in North Scottsdale. There is a trailhead office run by the City of Scottsdale with interpretive materials about the Sonoran Desert, restrooms, ramada and picnic tables. The park rangers regularly host interpretative tours, moonlight hikes and astronomy talks. There are three areas of the park exclusively for rock climbing.