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  • Ramada Reservations

    Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation offers a number of convenient, well-maintained, scenic picnic and ramada locations for your enjoyment. Enjoy these resources by having your next picnic or gathering at one of our many outdoor sites.

    The non-refundable reservation fee is $25. This fee to reserve the ramada/picnic facilities entitles you to use the facility for the full day. The area is reserved for your use on that day; the fee will not be prorated for a partial day’s use. The reservation is for the ramada ONLY. We cannot guarantee the park equipment, i.e. splash pad, electrical outlets, etc. For more information or to make a reservation please call (520) 877-6211, or email us at ramadas@pima.gov. Please be sure to provide us with your contact information along with the best time to contact you. You may also use the form below to fill out your information and submit to us. Walk-in ramada reservations are accepted Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

    Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation does allow approved Jumping Castles or Kiddie Train vendors in certain parks. Please contact (520) 877-6000 for more information.

    Ramada Reservation
    Park and ramada number you are requesting:  
    Date Request:  
    Number in Party:     Event:  
    Requestor Name:  
    Address:    City:  
    State:    Zipcode:  
    Phone:  *  Email:  *

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    DO NOT SEND Visa or Mastercard information through email we will call you or you can call us at your earliest convenience. The ramada is not reserved until we receive payment.

    Ramada personnel will respond within 2 business days. Reservations are taken on a first-come, first-serve basis.  Once we receive payment reservation is non-refundable and non-transferable. Use of sound systems subject to prior approval. 

    Please note that in accordance with Park Rule 5.010A ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONSUMPTION IS PROHIBITED IN PIMA COUNTY NATURAL RESOURCES PARKS AND RECREATION FACILITIES. It is unlawful to collect, destroy, harm, harass, or deface any natural resource within the park. Natural resources include all forms of wildlife and vegetation, soil, rocks, and water.
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