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Reid Park, Tucson
(4.4/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We recently visited Reid Park for a blues festival with our small grandchildren. It was lovely setting, nice grassy areas, large trees with lots of shade and cabana areas with bbq grills for groups. A...  more »
  • Nice grass areas with large shade trees, ramada, and picnic tables. Adjacent golf course, swimming pool, and zoo. Plenty of close parking. There is a lake, small hill, and waterfall. Good place to chi...  more »
  • a beautiful park with lots of winding trails for walking. A lovely pool with ducks to feed in the middle of this park. At times there ar concerts in a shell. adjacent to the zoo. 
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  • The park is what it is. A place to relax, have a nice walk, go to the zoo, or go to have a picnic with your family. Always beautiful and clean. I love going to the park on the weekends where you get to see all kinds of people. From kids playing pokemon go to adults walking their dogs. Family friendly and great for life.
  • The Rose Garden is beautifully maintained and the aroma is simply divine. A nice outdoor stage for concerts, huge duck pond to stroll around and many fields to play ball. I've been coming here since grade school and it's still fabulous.
  • Large park located just east of down town Tucson. Nice areas to walk the dog or the kids. Has a large pond in the middle of the park. Also the park has two dog parks one for large and one for smaller dogs. Overall this is a well kept park with lost of Shade for an afternoon panic or even great for larger parties.
  • Nice park. I enjoy the running/walking path around the perimeter. I've heard people express concern about safety, but I've always felt safe running here.
  • As a recent convert to the Pokemon Go sensation, this place is awesome for finding a wide variety within a short distance, but more on the park. This park offers a wide range of things to do from multiple playgrounds, a couple lakes, and shade for everyone from established trees to armadas. I have been here in the morning and evenings and have always managed to find space for my family to play and explore. The park has been experience higher than normal traffic recently which has contributed to higher amounts of litter, but usually the staff is attentive on cleaning the grounds and bathrooms. There are occasional vagrants at the park, but they too tend to be friendly and courteous.