Neighborhood Parks, Trails, & The Loop in Oro Valley, Arizona

Oro Valley has 54.5 miles of trails of different types available for residents to enjoy their town, including 30 miles that the town maintains. Some of these trails are for shared-use, meaning they are largely paved and can be used by bicyclists, walkers, runners and other outdoor enthusiasts. Other trails are dirt or primitive. Some of Oro Valley’s paths connect to Pima County’s The Loop shared-path system, which comprises over 110 miles of trail system within Tucson and the surrounding areas. A great portion of these paths allow users paved access to enjoy the outdoors away from car traffic.

Click on PARKS & TRAILS MAP provided by the Town of Oro Valley to view a map of the major neighborhood parks and trails.

Please visit Oro Valley’s Parks and Recreation for more information or to make an online reservation for a facility.

The Loop – Shared Use Path

“The Loop is being developed around metropolitan Tucson with links to Marana, Oro Valley, and South Tucson. Pima County residents and visitors on foot, bikes, skates, and horses can enjoy the more than 100 miles of multi-use paths that have already been completed. If it doesn’t have a motor, it’s good to go on The Loop.” (

Click on THE LOOP MAP provided by Pima County to view path connections around the Tucson metro area.

Neighborhood Parks


Amenities include 2 softball fields, 2 soccer fields, 1 tennis court, 1 basketball court, all of which are lighted. There is also a shaded playground area, horseshoe pits, and sand volleyball courts, as well as 3 covered ramadas with picnic tables and grills, and restrooms.


Amenities include (5) lighted baseball/softball fields, the only public racquetball courts in Oro Valley, soccer/multipurpose fields, a shaded playground, a sand volleyball court, and a covered ramada. There are grill and picnic facilities as well as restrooms in the park. There is also an off-leash dog park and two parking lots. This park is adjacent to the Oro Valley Aquatic Center.


Amenities include multi-use fields and a ramada. The Oro Valley Archery Range is located at this park, and there is trail access for hiking. Naranja Park also has two off leash dog parks, one for smaller and one for larger dogs.


Amenities include hiking trails, drinking fountains, and 2 covered ramadas with grills and picnic tables.


Amenities include hiking trails and metal detecting.