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Fantasy Island - Tucson

Take I-10 to the Valencia exit. Exit on to Valencia and travel downt he roda past the Air Mueseum to a Diamond Shamrock Gas Station. This is is a good palce to gather any last min. snacks or water. At the light make a right turn and follow the road up to the Irvington. At Irvington you can turn left and end up at the Davis-Monthan AFB bone yard , or make a right on Irvington and follow it down a good distance.
The dirt parking lot is very obvious and there is plenty of space. The parking lot is on your right side.
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  1. GPS Map of Fantasy Island - Aerial photo map of Fantasy Island (and gps data) is available on our web site:

    http://www.topofusion.com/gpx.php

    Scott Morris a Cross-Country Rider from Tucson, AZ E-mail: smorris@topofusion.com URL: Fantasy Island GPS data/map
    Posted on 12/15/02


  2. Fantasy Island - I have posted a map of the Fantasy Island trail on my website. The map was drawn by JMcDorman.
    Ken Lenger E-mail: klenger@klenger.net URL: Map of Fantasy Island Trail
    Posted on 10/13/02
  3. fantasy island - the trail has an extended loop that goes out to the Valencia trailhead. take the sharp right at the white flag. If you ride the extended,x-mas tree and bo's loops it becomes an excellent 18 mile training trail. don't forget to ride it from both trailheads, its a nice change-up.
    Ride rating: Novice
    Ride distance: 18 miles Elevation change: minimal
    Singletrack=95%
    Mike sadowsky a 37 year old Cross-Country Rider riding a m-4 2000 E-mail: mike@brownandwhiteinc.com
    Posted on 05/02/02
  4. Fantasy Island - The trail is a single track loop that is about 10 miles. It is windy and has plenty of ups and downs. Make sure not to go to far to sides because of the thick cactus that can grow right off the side of the trail.
    The ride can take up to about 4 hrs. Make sure you bring plenty of water. The trail is on state trust land so you will need to contact the local authorities and get a permit. Permits are good for one year and they are around $15.
    Ride rating: Intermediate
    Ride distance: 10 miles Elevation change:
    Singletrack=100%
    Turbo a 16 year old Weekend Warrior riding a Mongoose D Series Y-Frame from Tucson E-mail: turbocdo@yahoo.com
    Posted on 3/08/02
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