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Located at 1500 North Hohokam Drive, this park is home to a variety of annual celebrations, including the City of Nogales’ Salute to Independence and fireworks show. The park has two soccer fields and two baseball fields, which are home to the Little League Intermediate West Regional tournament in July.
Located directly behind the Nogales City Hall, this park has two playgrounds, a baseball field, basketball court, picnic areas, barbecues, and a small hiking area.
Nasib Karam Park
Nogales’ main downtown park is at the corner of Morley Avenue and Park Street. With large shade trees, it makes an ideal place for taking a break while shopping downtown. There are plenty of benches, restrooms, and an entertainment ramada.
Meadow Hills Park
Located in the Meadow Hills neighborhood, this park has a soccer field, basketball court, exercise path, playground, and picnic ramada.
Found near Western Avenue and Kitchen Street, this park boasts a picnic area, ramada, playground, racquetball, basketball, tennis courts, and more.
Camp Little Park
This park located at the corner of Western Avenue and McNab Street has picnic ramadas, a play area, swings, basketball courts, and a nature walking area. It is the historic location of Camp Little from the early 1900's.
War Memorial Stadium
This beautiful baseball park was built by veterans of WWII and is host to a variety of Little League, veteran, high school, and occasional minor league games. A Little League field is adjacent, along with a skate park and tennis courts. Located near East Madison Street.
Monte Carlo Park
On East Baffert Drive in the Monte Carlo Neighborhood, park includes a playground and ramada picnic area.
Paperboy statue park located on the corner of Crawford St and Grand Avenue in downtown Nogales.
Nogales Recreation Center
At 1500 North Hohokam Drive, the Recreation Center has a pool open to the public during the summer from 1 pm to 5 pm. League basketball, volleyball, and other sports take place in the gymnasium. An inspiring “Spirit of the Olympic Dream” mural is found inside the gym.
La Cancha Park
Found on East Calle Sonora, this neighborhood park has a basketball court, playground, and picnic ramada area.
Adjacent to the Nogales Visitor Center, this park has an elegant statue of Father Kino that commands a view of the Santa Ritas.
Open on weekends and holidays, this park has 20 tree-shaded picnic sites and barbecue grills. It is located at the southern end of Pendleton Drive in Rio Rico.
Located on Calle Calabasas and Circulo Golondrina in Rio Rico, this pleasant desert landscape park has two baseball fields, walking paths, playgrounds, and picnic areas.
Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds
This beautiful site is located at the junction of SR 82 and SR 83 in scenic Sonoita and is host to a bevy of events year-round, including the annual county fair, rodeos, horse shows, and others. The fairgrounds are situated on 36.5 acres with parking for approximately 2,000. vehicles A covered grandstand area seats 2,200. The grounds include 180 horse stalls, 1/2 mile race track, lighted rodeo arena, performance arena, club house with kitchen, exhibition halls and RV hookups for outside events.