Dormitory Lodging at the Desert Outdoor Center
Two separate dorm room complexes accommodate 75 each.
A large conference room seating up to 150 people is situated adjacent to the kitchen and can be used as a dining hall.
Three indoor classrooms with each room seating about 40 people each.
A popular spot to roast marshmallows and sing camp songs at night, this outdoor amphitheater seats 200 people.
An area fully equipped with commercial grade amenities.
This large circular brick patio serves as a picnic and gathering area.
An array of solar panels that cool/heat the main building offers passive educational opportunities.
This exhibit displays reptiles and amphibians native to the Sonoran Desert.
Viewed from the Center and used as an educational resource, the lake entrance is located 4 miles west of the Center.
Visitors have access to a two-mile loop trail providing panoramic views of Lake Pleasant.
Two educational gardens that emphasize pollination and ethnobotany incorporate passive interpretive displays.
Guests can purchase a wide variety of souvenirs to commemorate their experience.