Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation parks provide a place to have a picnic, play or take a hike. Whether you have kids that want to play on a playground or play soccer, or you want to take a hike in the serenity of the desert, we have a park for you.

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Urban Parks

What is an Urban Park? It is a park that has ball fields, playgrounds, and ramadas with picnic tables and grills that can be reserved for your next family event.

Natural Resources Parks

What is a Natural Resources Park? It is a park that you can go to partake in an environmental education program or to learn about the history of an old ranch, bird watch, or go for a hike or mountain biking.

Trails Parks

What is a Trails Park? It is a park that you can go to for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, or trail running.
Please remember that Pima County Code (Chapter 6.04.030) requires dogs to be leashed and under control and also requires pet waste to be immediately picked up and properly disposed of in a sanitary manner. This applies to public spaces such as parks, trails, The Loop, open space, nature resource areas, river beds and most every public space except “dog parks”. For more information on responsible pet ownership please visit:
Pet Owner Resources (PACC)

Thank you for your anticipated compliance.
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Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation

3500 W. River Road
Tucson, AZ 85741

(520) 724-5000

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