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physical Activity Resource Organizations


The Chuck Huckelberry Loop is a system of paved, shared-use paths and short segments of buffered bike lanes connecting the Cañada del Oro, Rillito, Santa Cruz, and Pantano River Parks with the Julian Wash and Harrison Road Greenway. Approximately 137 miles of paved pathways and bike lanes have already been completed with additional trails to come.

The Loop extends through unincorporated Pima County, Marana, Oro Valley, Tucson, and South Tucson. The connections are the result of Pima County's cooperative partnerships with these jurisdictions. The Loop connects parks, trailheads, bus and bike routes, workplaces, restaurants, schools, hotels and motels, shopping areas, and entertainment venues. Visitors and Pima County residents can enjoy the Loop on foot, bikes, skates, and horses.

A Social Walk / Run & Downtown Tucson Experience

The mission of Meet Me at Maynards is to bring active adults and families to the downtown Tucson area to enjoy healthy exercise, experience the beauty, history and architecture of our unique neighborhoods and to appreciate and patronize local businesses.

We believe EVERY BODY can be a Force for Health for themselves, their families and their communities. But we also realize that not everybody has the access, resources, tools or support to make the healthy decisions and the easy ones. This is why it’s so important for everybody to work together to address these social determinants of health to increase better outcomes for communities that care. It’s also why we focus on providing FREE and low cost multimedia and evidence-based solutions to increase population health literacy for everybody…equally.

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