Programs & Events

Catalina State Park

First Saturday Concerts: Jimmy and the Jitterbugs

July 1, 2017   6:00pm

The first Saturday of every month, enjoy the music in the park with the Santa Catalina Mountains as the backdrop. Jimmy and the Jitterbugs will perform smooth oldies.

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Park's Best Short Trails at Catalina State Park

July 02, 2017   7:00 a.m.

Meet at the main trailhead in the parking near the two buildings. Return to the main trailhead by using different short trails.

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Nature Trail/Canyon Loop

July 9, 2017   7:00 a.m.

Meet in the main trailhead of the CSP. Hike Nature Trail to Montrose Pool and Birding Trail. Return by Bridle Trail to parking.

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Cliffs/Rolling West Dunes Loop

July 16, 2017   7:00 a.m.

Meet in parking the Equestrian Center. (If you don’t know the direction, please inquire at the entrance kiosk and get a free small map).

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Romero Trail Hike

July 23, 2017   7:00 a.m.

Timed hike on Romero Pools Trail. For one and a half hours (1.5 hr.) and after time elapsed return by same trail. Park and meet in the main trailhead parking, near the two small buildings.

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Hole-in-Boulder Hike

July 30, 2017   7:00 a.m.

Meet in parking, near the two buildings at the main trailhead.

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First Saturday Concerts: Nancy Elliott

Saturday, August 5, 2017   5:30pm

Join Catalina State Park in welcoming Nancy Elliott for the First Saturday Concert on August 5, 2017. Bob Atkinson, a Tucson, Arizona Poet, describes Nancy this way; “Nancy's feeling for Southwestern Culture gets displayed in each concert she performs.

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Split Endz Trail & Road Run

September 24, 2017   6:30am - 9:30am

September means the April course in reverse, but this year we're adding a 5k road race on the park's paved roads. All feature those same spectacular mountain views!

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Star Party at Catalina State Park

October 14, 2017   6:30pm - 9:30pm

Get an up-close view of the stars at Catalina State Park's Star Party. Imagine what you will see in the skies looking through 10 big telescopes provided by the Tucson Amateur Astronomy Association.

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