Pima County NRPR

Pima County purchased the Agua Caliente Park property in 1984 and Agua Caliente was opened to the public January 1985. More about the park history can be found on our history page.  Friends of Agua Caliente maintains a partnership with Pima County Natural Resources Parks and Recreation (NRPR). This partnership fosters care and maintenance of the historic buildings and surrounding natural areas on the property.
To Register for any Pima County Event
Many events listed on the Events Calendar require registration and a fee to participate. Pima County NRPR 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 can also reserve a Ramada for your next event. You will need to create an account to use it. Online Registration: Pima County NRPRProgram information: 520-724-5375 or email: education@pima.gov.
NRPR membership provides free and reduced cost fees to some events https://apm.activecommunities.com/nrpr/Membership
Pima County NRPR was established in 1947 by Pima County to serve urban and rural residents and guests by providing leisure-time destinations and services. Their mission is to Lead community efforts to conserve the Sonoran Desert and enhance the urban environment while providing quality recreational, educational, and leisure activities.
More about Pima County NRPR can be found on their Facebook page at: Pima County NRPR Facebook
And on the website:  :Pima County NRPR
Pima County NRPR is located at
3500 W. River Road
Tucson, Arizona
Phone (520) 724-5000