Welcome to the Friends of Agua Caliente
COVID-19 Coronavirus Update
Agua Caliente Park will remain open during the COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic. However, there will NOT be any organized/scheduled walks, talks, or other activities, and all buildings to include the Ranch House Visitor Center will be closed for the foreseeable future. Visitors are encouraged to abide by the CDC Social Distancing recommended requirements. Stay tuned here or on the Pima County Natural Resources Parks & Recreation website for updates: www.pima.gov/nrpr.
Agua Caliente Park will be closed Easter Sunday April 12th, 2020.
Agua Caliente Park Reopened
February 28, 2020.
Agua Caliente Park reopened Friday February 28, 2020. The main pond restoration is primarily complete. The main pond has been filled and the bridge to the island will be built soon. Come check out the new and improved Agua Caliente Park. You can also see updated pictures under the Main Pond Gallery page.
Main Pond Restoration Update
Update January 2020.
Workers began refilling the main pond January 28, 2020. This process could take a month or two. Pima County hopes to have the park reopened by late February, but stay tuned here for a specific date announcement. Additional landscaping will continue concurrently with pond refilling.
For additional information, see the Pima County NRPR Agua Caliente Park website at: https://webcms.pima.gov/cms/one.aspx…. Then select Natural Resources Park then Agua Caliente Park.
Agua Caliente Park is on the National
Register of Historic Places!!
On July 9, 2009, Agua Caliente Ranch Historic Landscape was entered into the National Register of Historic Places. This is great news for the Park and should help preserve it for many generations to come. The National Registry plaque is located to the right of the main entrance into the ranch house.
Respect for Agua Caliente Park
Please respect the “off-limits” areas of Agua Caliente Park. They are “off-limits” in order to protect the delicate nature of our natural water source and the beauty of the Park. Off-limits areas include: The area where the spring comes out of the ground; the west side of Pond One; and several other “open” areas that provide shelter for our abundant wildlife. If you see someone in those areas, please ask them to respect the “off-limits” or advise one of the Agua Caliente Park employees. We appreciate your support.
To Register for any Pima County Event
Many events listed on the Events Calendar require registration and fee to participate. Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation has an online registration system. The system will allow you to register for leisure classes, tours, bird walks, nature hikes, and other outdoor activities. You will need to create an account to use it. Online registration: Pima County NRPR. Program information: 520-724-5375 or email: eeducation[at]pima.gov.
Friends of Agua Caliente Board Meeting
In the Bunkhouse (brown building) at Agua Caliente Park
May 18, 2020, 7 p.m. (email info[at]friendsofaguacaliente.org for additional information).