Blevins Trail is a 3.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Mesa, AZ that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This loop begins at the Blevins East trail head. This route encompasses the eastern most trails (Meridian, County Line, Ruidoso) of Usery Mountain Regional Park.
Nice time out with the kiddos today. easy path for new hikers and young ones. Amazing views, definitely will be returning.
Nice flat trail. This trail is in the usery mountain pass park which is cool because there are lots of trails, bathrooms, picnic tables and even an outdoor gym inside. Perfect for dogs, kids, running, walking and biking. This trail connects to different trail loops also which is nice if you want to make your walk a little longer.
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An easy trail that's forgiving. One of the best trails for beginners.
Enjoyed Merkel trail today!!
part of my daily hike
It is a nice stroll at sunset. Great views of Superstitions as they change colors.
Easy nice relaxing trail!
Nice easy trail to take our pup on.
It's a fairly easy Trail to walk with great scenery. we came in off of Meridian Road which actually added about 1.4 miles to the loop.
We saw a rare turtle on Pass Mt. Trial a little less than 1 mile to the left of parking lot. We did report the sighting to Az Game/Fish . Awesome... Looked up the information on line..Actually, there were 2 large one and little one.
Love the view! It's good for running or hiking.