Marana Heritage River Park, located at 12375 North Heritage Park Drive, is a vibrant community park with baseball fields, a playground, a community garden, walking trails, grassy multi-use areas, and a farm-themed splash pad.
Just outside of Tucson, the Town of Marana sits on rural land and is known for its thriving agriculture.
Daily: 7:00am - 9:00pm.
As is the case with all Marana parks, admission is free.
There is parking surrounding the splash pad and fields.
Sun safety is encouraged. Prepare for a perfect day at the park with a hat, drinking water, snacks, and sunscreen.
If you plan to visit the splash pad, bring or wear swimsuits, towels, and water shoes.
October thru April are ideal because the temperatures tend to be more moderate than in the summer months. That said, Marana Heritage River Park can definitely be enjoyed in the summer months – especially because there is a free splash pad on the premises!
Call Marana Parks and Recreation at 520-382-1950.
There is one playground that includes multiple slides, swings, a mini rock wall, monkey bars, and a shade covering.
The 4,500 square foot splash pad provides an exciting after school or weekend activity for families. The modern equipment is farm-themed and includes a water windmill, a tractor, and spraying horses.
The water is recirculated and treated.
Reservations for the splash pad are not available, but you can reserve a ramada for an event (see below).
Multiple tables are under ramadas.
There are not very many restaurants in the immediate area, but you may want to try:
Marana Heritage River Park has:
Marana Heritage River Park has the following facilities available for birthdays, weddings, and other special events:
More reservation information and scheduling can be found on the Town of Marana website.
Marana Heritage River Park has community garden plots available for $40 a year. Residents can grow seasonal plants without the use of pesticides on their 400 sqft of land.
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