Eloy, AZ Hike Trails and Maps

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Baseline Road to Eastern Canal Path

3.3 mi
State: AZ
Concrete

Cañada del Oro River Park Trail

11 mi
State: AZ
Asphalt

Consolidated Canal Path

18.9 mi
State: AZ
Concrete, Gravel

Queen Creek Wash Trail

5.5 mi
State: AZ
Asphalt, Concrete

Rillito River Park Trail

21.8 mi
State: AZ
Asphalt

Santa Cruz River Park Trail

41.8 mi
State: AZ
Asphalt

Sonoqui Wash Trail

5.8 mi
State: AZ
Asphalt

Eastern Canal Path

18.06 mi
State: AZ
Asphalt, Dirt, Gravel

Kyrene Canal Path

3.8 mi
State: AZ
Concrete, Crushed Stone, Gravel

Southern Canal Path

9.3 mi
State: AZ
Gravel

Stadium Connector Shared Use Pathway

1 mi
State: AZ
Asphalt, Concrete

Western Canal Path

21.9 mi
State: AZ
Concrete, Gravel

Highline Lateral Canal Path

10.4 mi
State: AZ
Asphalt, Gravel

Tempe Canal Path

6 mi
State: AZ
Asphalt, Concrete
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
This trail passes through a landscaped greenway in an overhead electric utility corridor though the city of Gilbert, just outside Mesa and Phoenix. The trail runs from a junction with the Eastern...
AZ 3.3 mi Concrete
The Cañada del Oro River Park Trail follows its namesake waterway in the northern suburbs of Tucson from a junction with the longer Santa Cruz River Park Trail in Marana to Oro Valley. The recently...
AZ 11 mi Asphalt
The Consolidated Canal Path runs north–south along the entire length of the Consolidated Canal, an 18-mile-long waterway dating back to 1891. The route consists of both a paved path and a...
AZ 18.9 mi Concrete, Gravel
Overview  The rural-feeling Queen Creek Wash Trail runs for 5.5 miles between the communities of Queen Creek and Hastings Farm. This paved trail passes through open space, farmland, residential...
AZ 5.5 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Rillito River Park Trail runs along both sides of its namesake river, from N. Craycroft Road to under Interstate 10, where it links with the Santa Cruz River Park Trail. The trail is fully paved,...
AZ 21.8 mi Asphalt
Overview The Santa Cruz River Park Trail follows the Santa Cruz River throughout Tucson, providing access to various amenities and neighborhoods, as well as the Rillito River Park Trail, Cañada del...
AZ 41.8 mi Asphalt
The Sonoqui (pronounced so-NO-kee) Wash Trail is a 5.8 mile multi-use trail through the community of Queen Creek, Arizona. The rural trail weaves through aesthetic native desert, and is open to both...
AZ 5.8 mi Asphalt
Overview The Eastern Canal Path runs along 18.06 miles of its namesake waterway through Mesa, Gilbert and Chandler in suburban Phoenix. The trail, which at times has a smooth paved surface and at...
AZ 18.06 mi Asphalt, Dirt, Gravel
The Kyrene Canal Path runs alongside the Kyrene Canal in Tempe and Chandler, providing a connection between residences, businesses, shopping destinations and the Ken McDonald Golf Course. The trail is...
AZ 3.8 mi Concrete, Crushed Stone, Gravel
The Southern Canal Path is an unpaved route along the South Canal in Maricopa County. One of several trails along the extensive canal network in the area, the Southern Canal Path links to four others:...
AZ 9.3 mi Gravel
The Stadium Connector Shared Use Pathway is a short but important route in northwestern Mesa, Arizona. It links Hohokam Stadium (the spring training home of the Oakland Athletics) and Sloan Park (the...
AZ 1 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Western Canal Path, sometimes known as the Western Powerline Trail, is one of several trails adjacent to canals in the Phoenix metropolitan area, connecting the cities of Phoenix, Tempe, Chandler,...
AZ 21.9 mi Concrete, Gravel
The Highline Lateral Canal Path runs along its namesake waterway through the Arizona cities of Phoenix and Tempe and the smaller town of Guadalupe. Open in several disconnected segments, the trail...
AZ 10.4 mi Asphalt, Gravel
Tucked in the southeastern corner of Phoenix, this trail serves as a connector between its namesake communities of Mountain Park Ranch and Lakewood. The paved path runs within a greenway corridor...
AZ 3 mi Concrete
The Tempe Canal Path parallels the Tempe Canal between the cities of Tempe and Mesa. The trail consists of two disconnected segments, separated by the private Mesa Country Club. Both segments serve a...
AZ 6 mi Asphalt, Concrete

Recent Trail Reviews

Eastern Canal Path

Great Ride!

May, 2024 by rp9b8bpx6b

There’s lots of street crossings, but it wasn’t that big of a deal. You just have to keep your eyes open. Maybe half of the trail was smooth between compacted dirt and concrete. The rest was fairly rough and gravely. Highly recommend it.

Consolidated Canal Path

Excellent jogging trail

March, 2024 by joenad55

Started out at Hohokam Park and went five miles on it up and back. There are street crossings, but there are red light pushbutton traffic stops so the street can be crossed with little interruption. Only issue I have is lack of benches.

Consolidated Canal Path

Too many crossings

January, 2024 by reserve.tpritchett

This is a very smooth trail, but way to many road crossings. In some sections, about .4 miles apart. We biked about 25 miles today, and averaged about 8 mph. Sadly, seems like all trails in Mesa are similar to this.

Accordion

Cañada del Oro River Park Trail

Great Asphalt Trail - well maintained

December, 2023 by gc4

Started at Thornydale and rode NE. As others have noted, the trail climbs very gradually going NE which makes the return ride easy. Did 5 miles out and 5 miles back. Scenery is pretty with mountains in the distance. Saw a few other cyclists on the trail and a couple people walking dogs. Drove down from Phoenix to ride this trail and will definitely ride this trail again; will also explore the rest of the Loop.

Queen Creek Wash Trail

Great Trail a little bumpy

November, 2023 by sararoth551

I love this trail. They did some work on the path and it is really bumpy for road bikes. You can ride to Power and head over to Sonoqui. I can get a good 22 miles in on this loop. Pros: I feel very safe on this trail. You are by houses and no matter the time of day other people are out. Cons: really bumpy for a road bike

Cañada del Oro River Park Trail

A Beautiful Run On A Desert Path

September, 2023 by smmores34

Tucson has many miles of beautiful paths and the Canada del Oro River Park section is one of the finest.

I parked my vehicle at the La Cholla Boulevard lot just north of McGee Road. It’s a gravel lot with plenty of spaces. From there, I chose to run northeast towards La Canada Drive. I was looking to run a total of 4-miles so I ran 2-miles out and back. I began by running under La Cholla Boulevard, through the Overton/Hardy Road pedestrian crossing, under La Canada Drive and then over a bridge that crosses a wash to complete my 2-miles. I then turned around to head back to my vehicle.

The path is an asphalt surface and is very wide in order to accommodate bicycles and pedestrians. It’s in wonderful condition too. I visited on a weekday morning around 9:30 AM. There were not a lot of people out that day, but enough to where I felt safe. It’s is also marked extremely well so no confusion at all.

A couple of things to be aware of. First, there is hardly any shade so get out early in the summer. You may want to consider sunscreen too. Secondly, while you are not far from roads, you will also be surrounded by desert. Don’t be surprised if you encounter amazing Arizona wildlife (snakes, coyotes, etc.). Always be alert and remember that if you respect them, they will very likely respect you. Finally, there are no restrooms in the La Cholla parking lot or along the way of this small section. So be prepared.

This section of the path is very peaceful, scenic and I enjoyed all the friendly people who were also enjoying it with me. Can’t wait to go back!!

Sonoqui Wash Trail

Great Path

June, 2023 by garyhunter

Good path only had one rode that need to be crossed. The rest have underpasses!Not a good as Queen Creek Wash, but a close second! You can also connect the two paths for a longer ride!

Queen Creek Wash Trail

One of the Best in the Valley

June, 2023 by garyhunter

A must ride trail! We’ll Maintained trail all Asphalt! You can ride this trail uninterrupted because the path go under any major rides.

Santa Cruz River Park Trail

easy well kept trail

March, 2023 by kevievn

Picked up the trail from the Julian Wash Greenway. It is an asphalt trail with beautiful landscaping along the way. There could have been better signage because there are several bike paths that intersect and it is easy to get turned around. No homeless people, no unsafe areas. We went on a Monday, late morning. There were some runners and cyclists. Very enjoyable.

Rillito River Park Trail

We parked at the western trailhead on River Road. When we returned to our vehicle it had been broken into. Sad that we have to be victimized like this.

December, 2022 by kathysheats

We parked at the western trailhead on River Road. When we returned to our vehicle it had been broken into. Sad that we have to be victimized like this.

Western Canal Path

Yes there are plenty of intersections, but a fun ride in good shape. One of my favorites!

December, 2022 by kkreuter_tl

Yes there are plenty of intersections, but a fun ride in good shape. One of my favorites!

Western Canal Path

Too many streets to cross

November, 2022 by tim.pearson0520

Stay away from the South Mountain side in Laveen. Not only is there almost zero shade, the surface is broken pavement with a mixture of some light gravel. There are some sketchy neighborhood spots that you have to run behind. But most importantly, way too many streets to cross without any crosswalks. Every other block you have to cross a street. And you have to fight traffic (sometimes standing in the middle because you can only get across one part of the traffic at a time). This really isn’t a trail, but a access road for powerline workers to

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