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Gene C. Reid Park

Reid Park is special for so many reasons. The pool is covered to protect you from the sun. Hi Corbett Field will bring tears of nostalgia to your eyes. The rose garden will make you swoon in the spring and the fall. The bandshell, with its excellent acoustics, has some of the best free entertainment in town. Go early to the zoo, and listen to the gibbon family whooping it up. Grab your friends and take an evening walk around the perimeter, or take some bread and feed the ducks at the lake. Keep your ears open for unexpected grace notes: Several acoustic-music groups practice in the picnic ramadas after dark.

Runners up:

2. Tohono Chul Park

7366 N. Paseo del Norte


3. Himmel Park

1000 N. Tucson Blvd.

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