Trail & Hiking Information

Rio Salado Habitat trail user

Caption: A great place for birding, the paved trails are accessible to most everyone

 

General Trail Guidelines
Trail use recommended from sunrise to sunset
Avoid wet or muddy trails
Avoid taking shortcuts, cutting switchbacks,
or creating new trails

Easiest - Paved Access trailNorth Over Bank, 3.7 miles. Paved. Difficulty: Easiest 
Easiest - Paved Access trailSouth Over Bank Black 3.9 miles. Paved Difficulty: Easiest 
Easy- trail mostly smooth & wideNorth Terrace 3.9 Miles. Dirt Difficulty: Easy 
Easy- trail mostly smooth & wideSouth Terrace 3.2 Miles. Dirt Difficulty: Easy 
While visiting Rio Salado, please remember that the area is a habitat restoration project; remain on designated trails, do not enter the ponds or river channel, remove rocks or flowers, disturb wildlife, throw rocks into ponds, and keep dogs on leashes on the hard surface (asphalt trails).
 

Please note that leashed dogs are allowed on the hard surface (asphalt) trails only. The primary goal of the project is to re-establish sensitive riparian habitat that disappeared from the Valley decades ago. Please do your part to allow the habitat to thrive and grow by keeping your dog on a leash and removing and properly disposing of all pet waste.