Parks and Trails

Rancho Sahuarita residents frequently rank our park and trail system as one of their favorite parts of the community. With 2 large neighborhood parks, 9 pocket parks, green spaces throughout the neighborhoods and 17 miles of walking and cycling trails, it’s easy to see why.

Our trail system connects most of our parks and neighborhoods through a series of paths. These include the Safari Trail, the Wilderness Trail, and Anza Trail and others.

Over 17 Miles of Trails to Explore:

Safari Trail: A walking path lined on both sides with life-size bronze statues of African animals

Anza Trail: A segment of the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail, as designated by the National Parks Service

Wilderness Trail: This trail winds through the Rancho Sahuarita community, connecting pocket parks and other trails


Plus A Park for our Four-Legged Friends:

In Rancho Sahuarita, we really are about creating a better life for your WHOLE family. That includes even your special four-legged friends! The Bark Park is located across the street from Club Rancho Sahuarita, and has space and play equipment designed for both large and small dogs.

Between that and our many linear parks, residents and their dogs have plenty of beautiful backdrops for picnics, playtime, Frisbee, or lounging in the sun.

To access the bark park, residents can visit Club Rancho Sahuarita to get the current gate code.