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Rillito River Park

103 Reviews
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Rillito River Park

103 Reviews
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4200 N Campbell Ave, Tucson, AZ 85719-1109
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Small Group or Private Tombstone & San Xavier Mission Day Trip from Phoenix
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Small Group or Private Tombstone & San Xavier Mission Day Trip from Phoenix
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On this all day trip from Phoenix to Tombstone, travel back to the days of the Wild West to 'The Town Too Tough To Die,' where you’ll visit the famous OK Corral and Big Nose Kate’s Saloon. Hear tales and legends of American outlaws in this legendary frontier outpost, where money, fame and lust were always at odds with the law. You’ll also visit San Xavier de Bac Mission while enjoying the drive back to Phoenix, for a full day of exploring two of Arizona’s most popular sights. Choose between a small-group or private option.
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Bob H wrote a review Apr 2020
Tucson, Arizona1 contribution
As a handicapped individual, I am always looking for Parks where my power wheelchair can easily access most of the park. This Park has a lot of sidewalks that one can use to tour or examine almost all of the park. Be aware though, once you go off the sidewalks onto the grassy
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Date of experience: April 2020
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algebraqueen wrote a review Mar 2020
Canada163 contributions20 helpful votes
The Rillito has pathways on both of its sides, and various sections of them have wonderful pieces of art scattered about. The paths allow for great cycling, and walks, with possible birdwatching, and wildlife viewing (coyotes, cottontails, etc).
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Date of experience: March 2020
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mobdesigns wrote a review Mar 2020
Castro Valley, California25 contributions7 helpful votes
This park is one of the many access point to the Tucson loop trail. It is a wonderful 70+ mile paved multi use trail which encircles the city of Tucson. It is heaven for bicyclists to want to do lots of miles without the danger of cars. Ride courteously call out when passing
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Date of experience: February 2020
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SueMae wrote a review Feb 2020
Park Ridge, Illinois83 contributions27 helpful votes
We hiked part of this trail on a cool, somewhat rainy morning. It is a nice paved trail with good views of river bed. Parking was not clearly labeled so we were not sure it was okay to park where we did (by the racetrack) but it was. There are bathrooms and water available.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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BackyardBirder wrote a review Jan 2020
Springfield, Virginia35 contributions9 helpful votes
I have only walked a very short distance on this trail, but it is well maintained and heavily used. Wildlife can be seen "in the river". Today, I saw roadrunners and rabbits. Friends have seen coyotes. Only reason I give this a 4 star is because of the trash accumulated in
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Date of experience: January 2020
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