Canoa Preserve Park

map3500 S. Camino de la Canoa
Green Valley, AZ 85614
Open: Dawn - Dusk

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Chuck Catino Softball Complex
3 Adult softball fields
Drinking water
Ramada with 2 picnic tables and a grill

Reserve a Ramada

Ramada #1 - no electricity, 2 tables and a grill

Fee is $25 for the full day.
Reserve Ramada

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Adamson-Catino Trail

The Adamson-Catino Trail starts at Green Valley’s Canoa Preserve Park, and ends 1.7 miles later at the Anza National Historic Trail. The trail is unique in that 70% of it crosses private property owned by the Farmer’s Investment Company (FICO) on a public easement, and we owe FICO a huge “thank you” for partnering with us on the trail. The trail is named after two of the Green Valley area’s leading outdoor recreation advocates: Bill Adamson, a terrific bicycling advocate, and Chuck Catino, a parks and recreation advocate who was a financing whiz. The trail is for bicyclist and hikers.

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