Start by having a memorable picture taken with your friends or loved one and continue the night with the following. Pleasure the glorious sight and smell of beautifully decorated Christmas trees.
Stroll around the room and remember times past - childhood memories, a special holiday with ones you love, and more.
Visitors who see a bear in the distance should change their route to avoid contact, and if approached by a bear need to discourage contact by looking as large and imposing as possible.
Another way to discourage contact is by making loud noises and waving arms, a jacket, or another item. If the bear does not leave the area, AZGFD officials advise staying calm, face the bear and slowly back away, DO NOT run or play dead; if attacked, AZGFD officials say to fight back.
As mentioned above, the Santa Catalina Forest Reserve was created on July 2, 1902, and after the National Forest Service was organized in 1905, the reserve became the Santa Catalina National Forest on March 4, 1907.