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Agua Caliente Park Loop Trail [CLOSED] is a 1.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Mount Lemmon, Arizona that features a lake 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.

Length 1.3 mi Elevation gain 39 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Wheelchair friendly

Kid friendly

Stroller friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Running

Lake

Paved

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Closed due to fire until Nov 1, 2020: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/article/6741/52546/

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Reviews (46)
Photos (31)
Recordings (32)
Completed (72)
Jessica Mendibles
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BG’s Art Store
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Hiking

Paved pathways. Tons of red eared slider turtles...we saw about 12 of them. Lots of picnic tables and shade even in the summer

Cynthia Ochoa
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Hiking

Nice relaxing stroll the park itself is very nice

Mike Torrisi
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Hiking

Nice relaxing walk, very flat, and a good portion is paved. Lots of spaces to sit in palm tree shade and be close to water. Definitely easy pace and more of a walk than a hike. Recommend for the cool historic signs, lots nice views, and literally a great stroll in the park.

Angel Santiago
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Walking

Beautiful park, well maintained while upgrades and refurbishment are ongoing.

Karen Blocher
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Hiking

The part was closed for many months to rehab the drought-stricken ponds, and many areas are still closed to the public. Still, it’s historic and peaceful, with a variety of habitats for birds and other wildlife.

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Jim L.
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Hiking

Agua Caliente Park Reopened February 28, 2020.

Maria Ley
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Hiking

Fun hike it’s getting too hot for dogs to be on pavement or out in hot weather so don’t forget your doggy shoes.

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David Hueter
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Hiking

Closed for several months beginning August 19th 2019 for repairs.

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Jon Eaton
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Hiking

enjoyed the short walk with family. not the greatest "hike" in the world but it's a peaceful area, quiet and outside the busyness of Tucson.

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Patricia Jane
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Walking

We love this park! Nice walking paths/trails. Kid friendly, stroller friendly, dogs allowed on leash.

Bonita Gordon
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This is a park with a paved path. This is an easy, enjoyable, 1 mile walk around the park.

Lyndsie Valenzuela
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Bird Watching

Peaceful walk great for pictures

rachel highfield
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Walking

Giant palm trees, beautiful pond, simple paved trail back into a desert Oasis. Enjoyable for a chill relaxing day!

Christine Kobzeff
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Walking

Agua Caliente park is an beautiful desert oasis. I live in Tucson and enjoy coming here, it’s relaxing to walk along the pond, which is home to turtles, fish, ducks, a variety of birds and other wildlife. The palm trees and reflections in the pond create beautiful photos. There’s also a paved pathway that leads to two other retention ponds, just watch your step as there are two diamondback Rattlesnakes known to frequently cross this paved pathway. I recently crossed paths with the larger one, about 5ft, she’s a healthy good looking one, just avoid startling or scaring them and they’ll continue on their way. There’s plenty of parking, well maintained restrooms, a large grassy area, picnic tables and benches. Overall Agua Caliente park is a beautiful little oasis in the desert, a great place for relaxing, having a picnic, going for a nature walk, not so much for actual hiking.

Nikki Suppeland
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First to Review

Our first family drive. The second half was definitely prettier. We also stopped by the cemetery and attempted to find the hot springs on the way out, but we were unsuccessful.

Colleen Beck
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Alisha Honer
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Javier Urcuyo
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Andrew Cerny
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Karen Wolek
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Casey Witman
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Alisha Honer
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Tammie Senn
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Jacques Brouwers
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S D.
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Nicole Barrett
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Christian Fierro
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Anais Woodard
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Cynthia Barlow
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