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Iron Horse Park


A favorite Tucson “pocket Park,” Iron Horse Park(let) is located just east of 4th Avenue and north of Broadway in downtown. Here, a John Davis and Siobhan Roome sculpture can be found titled “For Speed These Lines,” accented by a winding path. Seating areas are tucked near the bike rack in a swooping sitting arc, perfect for people watching or taking a break between walking or running the numerous mini parks dotting the downtown area.

Open from dusk ‘til dawn year-round, visitors will find the entrance at Diamondback Bridge. Aviation Bikeway zips through the park, and the Iron Horse Community Garden with its standout mural from the Tucson Mural Projects is a popular local landmark.

Autumn Outings

Clean and maintained, the park’s namesake comes from the 1890 railroad that connected Tucson to the rest of the country. It’s next to the railroad tracks in east downtown, and taking the Rattlesnake Bridge spanning Broadway Boulevard is a stunning way to take in the entrance.

Enjoy up to date playground equipment, a shaded ramada for special events and the beauty of a natural desert landscape. No reservations are required for use of the ramada, ideal for birthday parties, corporate gatherings and more.



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