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Agua Caliente Park, Tucson

(4.6/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
Roy P. Drachman-Agua Caliente Regional Park is a 101acre regional park in northeastern Tucson, Arizona.HistoryIn 1984 Roy P. Drachman donated over $200,000 to Pima County towards the purchase of the property.
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  • I've been here several times and am never disappointed. There are fish and aquatic turtles (red ear sliders) in the pond(s) as well as ducks and other waterfowl. The place is similar to a wetlands are...  more »
  • As a visitor to Tucson I love going into the desert and experiencing the cactus and great views from the many hikes however, it was equally wonderful to discover Agua Caliente park with its oasis like...  more »
  • This park is on the far northeast side of Tucson. It's a mini-oasis in the desert -- when it has water. (Droughts dry it up, and water isn't always pumped in.) This is an undiscovered gem -- even for ...  more »
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  • The park has been getting more attention, the grass around the lake is getting cut back to reveal more of the lake. Two or more new ponds have been added with sidewalks around them. More water is allowed to flow along the southeast edge.
  • A beautiful oasis in the desert. Take family or friends out here for a picnic and walk. Beautiful palm trees and wildlife.
  • Awesome park. Has small ponds - lakes. Walk to the right of the park through the trees to the back area to see the whole area. Unfortunately the ponds in the back area are empty the last time I went.
  • Great place for the family in an oasis setting with palm trees and open green grass. Cool park with natural springs that feed into the large ponds / semi lake. Ducks, turtles, fish and birds make up the natural animal habitat. Also BBQ grills to make food
  • The park was gorgeous! Well maintained, with improvements and upgrades coming. A must visit!