South end of Harrison at Irvington
While none of the trails and loops at Fantasy Island is very long, they are all fun and relatively easy—it’s a great place for beginners and novices to ride. There’s a detailed trail map set up at the entrance.
Be careful not to stare too much and lose your balance while passing all the strange junk-art objects set up along the trails.
You need to purchase a permit to recreate on state-trust land in Arizona, and you should always have it with you while you’re riding just in case. To purchase one ($15 for a year) go to www.land.state.az.us.
Want to get out on the trail but didn't bring your bike? Try one of the following Tucson bike shops to find a rental:
140 S. Sarnoff Dr., Tucson
Ordinary Bike Shop
311 E. 7th St., Tucson
© Tim Hull from Moon Tucson, 1st Edition