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  • CR4.03 Anza National Historic Trail

    Total Actual Cost: $99,361
    Project Number: CSUANZATR
    Funding Sources: 2004 General Obligation Bonds
    Completion Date: June 2011
    Managing Dept.: Cultural Resources and Historic Preservation
    Project Map: GIS Map

    This project is one segment of the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail. County bond funds were used to establish this segment of Trail from a trailhead at Elephant Head Road, just west of the Santa Cruz River, to a trailhead along Abrego Drive, just south of Continental Road, in Green Valley. The total length of the useable trail is 7 miles. Five miles of the trail are improved and located on the Countyowned Canoa Ranch.

    From the north of the Canoa Ranch to the trailhead on Abrego Drive, this trail is marked with carsonite posts. This portion of the trail is unimproved and provides the trail user with a more rugged experience. Most of the funds in this project were used to establish, survey, and mark this unimproved portion of the trail.

    The trailheads and trail are open to the public from dawn to dusk each day, providing excellent recreational opportunities with magnificent panoramic views of the Santa Rita Mountains.

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