Hidden in an east side subdivision, Case Natural Resource Park ("Case Park" for short) is a gem because it is well-cared-for and blissfully quiet.
The 53-acre park features a children's butterfly sanctuary, a walking path, and a playground.
Case Natural Resource Park can be found at 9851 E Kenyon Terrace Dr in East Tucson near 22nd St & Houghton.
Dawn to Dusk.
Free. There is one small lot with 7 regular parking spots and 2 handicap parking spots.
Sun safety is encouraged. Prepare for a perfect day at the park with a hat, drinking water, and sunscreen.
October thru April are ideal because the temperatures tend to be more moderate than in the summer months. That said, Case Park can also be enjoyed in the summer months - especially in the early morning hours and at dusk.
One. The playground has two slides, two regular swings, and two baby swings.
The playground is partially on soft rubber and partially on dirt.
Four shaded tables. There are also several other tables with BBQ grills that are unshaded.
Yes. Adjacent to each table/ramada.
Our top picks within a 5-mile radius are:
Target, Albertsons, and Safeway are all less than a mile away.
Call Grandma Tony's Pizza at 520-885-7117.
There are no restrooms on-site. One porta potty is on the premises. It's actually pretty clean as far as porta potties are concerned.
Yes. Note that your dog must remain leashed and you must pick up litter after your pet (potential $500 fine).
No. Ramadas are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are not available for rent.
|Parks & Rec Facility||NO|
|Walking/Biking Paths||YES - minimal|
|Garden||YES - children's butterfly sanctuary|
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