Boetto Park

155 South Jefferson Street (south of Wickenburg Way near the railroad tracks)

  • Playground
  • Exercise Stations
  • Historical Multi-Use Concrete Path
  • Benches and Picnic Tables
  • Henry Wickenburg Historic Home (being renovated by the Wickenburg Historical Society)

Tour Boetto Park to view its many unique features, including:
  • Vi Wellik bronze appreciation plaque
  • One-of-a-kind Arizona marble sculpture by Sunrise Mine; the Vietnamese marble base was donated by Senator and Mrs. John McCain
  • Unique displays of Wickenburg History
The park is named for the Boetto family, who resided in the Henry Wickenburg Home nearby. John Boetto (1874-1957) was an immigrant from northern Italy who arrived in Wickenburg in 1907. In 1913, he purchased the adobe house at 225 S. Washington St., which was built by Henry Wickenburg in 1903. Mr. Boetto was the first chief of the Wickenburg Volunteer Fire Department.