Supporting Catalina State Park in Tucson, Arizona
The Park is Open!
The park is open! As of April 2021 Catalina State Park is open for fun and adventure. Since March 2020 the park has been partially open for limited activities. On April 2, park manager Steve Haas said “ we are completely open now, meaning the campgrounds, group areas, and trails within the state park are open to all. Also the highly popular concerts in the park series will start up again the first Saturday in May“. Unfortunately the Forest Service trails will be closed until October of this year. This includes the popular trail to Romero Pools.
Music in the Mountains
Concerts are held on the first Saturday of the month – and sometimes on the third Saturday of the month as well!
Come out and enjoy an evening of music at the trailhead with standard park admission.
Bring a chair, and your own food and water to enjoy these concerts that are supported by FOCSP!
Please note: Concerts will be cancelled during severe weather.
The latest information on concert dates and performers at Catalina State Park here.
Note: Tucson Audubon Society (TAS) is now sponsoring a bird walk each Wednesday. Reservations are required and one must contact TAS for reservations. Please Do not contact Catalina State Park for this activity.
More information on TAS Field Trips to Catalina State Park can be found here:
Birding Field Trips | Tucson Audubon Society
Learn about the birds of the Sonoran desert on walks led by experienced naturalists.