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The Weather in Buckeye
Above are the weather conditions for Buckeye. The highest average temperatures are in the month of June. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Buckeye, with temperatures going under 39° The rainiest month is June while the driest month is January.
Experience the wide skies of Arizona with Buckeye vacation homes
Just outside Phoenix, your vacation home in Buckeye, Arizona, surrounds you with the delights of the state. Skydive over the desert, make a splash at Buckeye Aquatics Center, or rent an ATV for the day and explore the rugged scenery. Whether you are looking for ancient or contemporary culture, the wilds of Arizona call to you from your comfortable vacation rental into the Arizona sunshine.
Get creative with the Native American exhibits at the Heard Museum
It doesn't take a cattle prod to usher visitors to the Heard Museum. The Hopi Kachina Gallery is second to none, and the gem of a museum that accompanies it is one of the best in America on Native American tribes in the south-west. Topics range from history to life and culture in this small but perfectly formed exhibition where kids can also interact with the displays.
Desert flora and fauna
Children are amazed by the excavations at Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park. Explore this ancient site, formerly a Hohokam village, discovering a ball court, ceremonial platform and an exposed section of over 1,000 miles of irrigation canals. The small museum explains more about this intriguing culture. Check out the Desert Wildflower Loop Trail at the Desert Botanical Garden too, and learn about the flora that flourishes in this adverse environment. Giant flowering cacti tower overhead, and bugs buzz as you explore this natural beauty spot.
Riverboats and wide open spaces
Take a boat out on the Gila River and experience the city sights from the sparkling water. It winds through mountains and parkland past a variety of different ecosystems. Look out for over 150 species of bird.
Why not also take a trip to Estrella Mountain Ranch adjacent to the Regional Park? Nearly 20,000 acres of desert and mountain open before you. Follow the trails, practise your baseball skills or horseback ride through this sublimely beautiful terrain.
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