Locals Only Tucson LOCO Review Free Rio Vista Park

Need to unplug and relax? Take a stroll through the parks nature paths. Make your way to the center of the Labyrinth and leave your troubles there.

This natural resource park provides a safe haven for all kinds of native plant, animal, and insect species. On your stroll you may notice a variety of birds singing their unique songs. On a hot day you can hear the cicadas buzzing loudly, in chorus. The mesquite grove provides shelter for coyote pups. On a rainy day you can smell the creosote bushes releasing the sweet rain smell into the humid air. The natural desert beauty offers the tranquility of escape while still in the middle of town.

 

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    Lupe Thomas 1 year ago

    Is there a night time, lighted, Labyrinth walk on Dec 22 at the Rio Vista Natural Resource Park

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