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Tucson's Arroyo Chico Greenway is a developing urban trail that will eventually link the city's downtown area and the University of Arizona with popular Gene C. Reid Park. Three trail segments are currently open for use.
The longest stretch courses along the edge of Gene C. Reid Park, following Camino Campestre, Country Club Road and 22nd Street. A complete loop can be made by continuing on the David Bell Multi-Use Path, which forms its own loop around the adjacent Randolph Golf Complex. The interwoven trails are popular with joggers and walkers looking for straightforward and flexible mileage opportunities.
Gene C. Reid Park is the jewel of Tucson's park system. Opened in 1925 and renamed in 1978, the scenic park features a baseball stadium (home of the University of Arizona's baseball team), rose garden, dog park, amphitheater, central lake, recreation center, athletic fields and popular Reid Zoo.
Two additional segments of the Arroyo Chico Greenway run from E. 12th Street to Cherry Field on S. Cherry Avenue and from E. 15th Street to Tucson Boulevard, both closely tracing the trail's namesake waterway. In the future, all three segments will be linked, providing a useful uninterrupted route to popular recreation destinations in Tucson.
Ample parking for the Arroyo Chico Greenway can be found in Gene C. Reid Park. Enter the various parking lots from Camino Campestre, Country Club Road, 22nd Street, Randolph Way or the interior park road.
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