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We were going to Tucson visiting family and planned a bike ride on the Rillito River Park trail. This is an excellent trail and welcomes all levels of cyclists, runners and walkers.
There are multiple trails, one smoothly paved and the second somewhat parallel one...More
We are not experts so we enjoyed this path. It's clean, beautiful, lots of friendly people either walking, running and you can really spend a lot of time depending of your energy because it's so many miles long with wonderful sceneries and places to rest.
Tucson has created a fine paved bicycle path along the Rillito River (which is usually completely dry, except during heavy rains) in Tucson. The path is in excellent condition, well maintained, with great views and lots of easy ingress/egress points. Similarly, a fine series of...More
I use pathway for walking.Wish dog owners would pick up dog crap religiously, but some just don't care. Like the wide paved path and you can switch to desert trails at certain points. Very natural vegetation throughout. and good view of dry river...oh well, fewer...More
This paved path was perfect for our morning run. We parked near the soccer fields, and there were clean bathrooms available. There were quite a few people out running, walking, and biking. Everyone was very courteous, and exchanged several hello’s and good morning’s. :-)
We biked this path on two occasions. Day 1 we biked from Broadway to Drexel Avenue. This part of the bike path has some inclines that are very manageable. It is also off road until you reach the connector to the Harrison Road Greenway but...More
Had the pleasure of attending the Celtic Highland Festival in Tucson this month. Great food and entertainment. Wonderful fun for the entire family. Rillito River Park is really pretty. A perfect setting for the event. The organizers could have arranged for more seating as there...More
The Tucson loop, which includes the Rillito River Park, provides some of the best trails as they are very smooth, wide, and well maintained. The bikers are courteous and don't hesitate to let you know they are coming up behind you if you are going...More
I don't recall any signs barring motorized vehicles, but I did note a sign explaining that access was for bikes, inline skating, wheelchair access, horseback riding, and walking. There was no mention of anything motorized.