Park Profile: Curtis Park

Curtis Park is an 18.7 acre park in west Tucson that includes two lighted little league fields, a lighted baseball field, 2 picnic tables with grills, one ramada with four tables and a grill, drinking fountains, restrooms, and a playground.

Sharing the property is Sporting Chance Center, an indoor sports facility that features nearly 40,000 square feet of versatile indoor space, including 36,000 square feet of state-of-the art floating wood floor that can accommodate up to five basketball courts or eight volleyball courts.

Curtis Park, which opened to the public in 2007, is part of the regional park system with Flowing Wells Park and Dan Felix Park. All three parks are easily accessible via the Rillito River Park on foot or bike.

One of the most attractive elements of this park is that it connects to Chuck Huckelberry Loop, which is 131 miles of car-free paths around metropolitan Tucson. 

Loop maps are available at local bike shops; at Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation, 3500 W. River Road; and at the Pima County Communications Office, Administration Building, first floor, 130 W. Congress.

General Information

Where is Curtis Park located?

Curtis Park is in West Tucson at 2110 W. Curtis Road.

When is the park open?

The park is open daily, 7:00am - 10:00pm.

Are restrooms available?


Why would I visit Curtis Park?

  • To participate in or cheer on a baseball/softball team
  • To slide and swing on the playgrounds
  • To bike ride, walk, or run along Rillito River Park

How much does it cost to visit the park?

Admission to the park is free.

What is the parking situation at Curtis Park?

Parking is complimentary.

What should I bring with me when I visit the park?

Maybe your bike, a picnic blanket, or a baseball mitt? Sun safety is encouraged. Prepare for a perfect day at the park with a hat, drinking water, and sunscreen.

What is the best season for visiting the park?

October thru April are ideal because the temperatures tend to be more moderate than in the summer months.


How many playgrounds are there at Curtis Park?

One. The playgrounds feature slides and swings with minimal shade.

Is the playground shaded?

The playground is partially shaded.

Is there an area for tots & babies?

There are two baby swings.


Ramada Picnic Curtis Park Tucson | Park Profile: Curtis Park

How many tables are there at Curtis Park?

There are two picnic tables with grills along with one ramada with four picnic tables and a grill.

Are trash cans available and easily accessible?


Are there BBQ grills?

Yes. See above.

Is there an on-site restaurant or cafe?


What restaurants do you recommend in the area?

For a quick snack, try the cafe inside Sporting Chance Center (which shares property with the park).

If you prefer a restaurant experience, try:

  • Salad and Go, 2080 W. River Rd (0.6 miles) - drive-thru; made-to-order salads, wraps, breakfast burritos and drinks
  • In-N-Out Burger, 4620 N. Oracle Rd. (2.3 miles away) - burgers, french fries prepared in 100% cholesterol-free oil, milkshakes
  • Wildflower American Cuisine, 7037 N. Oracle Rd. (3.1 miles away) - sandwiches, pasta, fish, cocktails, wine, desserts

How close is the nearest grocery store?

Pick up picnic supplies before heading to the park! Bashas' at 2000 W. River Rd and Sprouts Farmers Market at 3860 W. River Rd are both within three miles of Curtis Park.

How close is the nearest pizza delivery place?

Rosati's Pizza at 2944 W. Ina is 3.7 miles away. Call 520-531-1100.


How many sports fields are there?

Curtis Park has:

  • one lighted baseball field
  • two lighted little league fields
  • batting cages


Sporting Chance Center Tucson Arizona | Park Profile: Curtis Park


Are restrooms available?



Public PoolNO
Splash PadNO
Parks & Rec FacilityNO
Sports FieldsYES
Dog ParkNO
Walking/Biking PathsYES
Hiking TrailsNO


Curtis Park is a well-maintained west side park that is relatively quiet, especially on weekdays. Because of its connection to The Chuck Huckelberry Loop and the Sporting Chance Center, it’s a fantastic hub for active people.

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