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  • Resurfacing will close Sweetwater Preserve Trailhead Jan. 15

    Jan 13, 2020 | Read More News
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    Sweetwater PreservePima County’s Sweetwater Preserve Trailhead, 4001 N. Tortolita Road, will be closed on Jan. 15 for trailhead resurfacing. It will reopen Thursday morning, Jan. 16. 

    The park itself will not be closed on the 15th. Users may enter at any other boundary access point, but they won’t be able to park a car at any access point.

    The natural-surface Sweetwater Trailhead is located at the southern end of Tortolita Road and has parking for 24 vehicles and eight horse rigs. This trailhead provides access to the Sweetwater Preserve Trail System. Dogs on leash are permitted.

    Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation manages the area.