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Feliz Peseos Park – Tucson


Feliz Peseos Park (web site)  is a city park located on the east side of Tucson. This is definitely not a tourist attraction, but it is a good place to take a leisurely stroll.  The main trail is paved and flat and is maybe 1/2 mile long.  The trail winds through flat desert and has numerous places to stop along the way.

I give the park high marks for accessibility, but it’s not any place one must visit.  It lends itself to being a nice place to get some excercise with friends, or maybe a place to picnic with a date.  The parking lot has good access and there is a big ramada for shade.

When I visited I opted to not even take a camera. Instead I just rolled on through with the iPhone.


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