Bicycling along the canal is the best way to discover Arizona Falls. Since the late 1800's this has been a place to socialize, with picnics and gatherings. Today it is a restored hydroelectric plant that combines art, history and technology to generate electricity from the canal's waterfalls. It has 3 waterfalls, a pedestrian bridge and a dance floor along with a solar roof.
SRP and the Historical League have partnered together on many events and projects including Arizona Recollections and Reflections, A Centennial Historymakers Commemoration.
|Learn more about the falls at azfalls.com|
|Al and Ruth McLeod at the new interpretive signs|
Information from SRP's Learning Circuit periodical.