Get ready for a Scary Fun Time! We will have Halloween themed activities the weekend leading up to the big night. The park will be buzzing with Spooky Activities! We will have a Site Decoration Contest, Kid's Costume Contest, Pet Costume Contest, Trick-or-Treating, Hayride, and much more! Call the campground, or check out our Facebook page for details!
***DATE HAS CHANGED DUE TO CAMPGROUND CONSTRUCTION***
Come one, Come all! Join us in the fun and festivities! Guests of the campground and from the local area are all competing as Chili Chef's. Grab a bite and cast your vote! We will have live music, a jumping castle, face painting, door prizes and local vendors to be announced!
Anyone interested in being part of the chili chef competition please e-mail Kristi at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 520-799-3701.
Be sure to join us this fall for Thanksgiving Weekend at KOA. We have activities planned for the kids, two swimming pools, a playground, and Banana Bike rentals for the entire family! For Thanksgiving Day, we will be hosting dinner potluck style. Tucson KOA will be providing a carved turkey with two bottles of wine to every table. Make sure to put your name on the sign-up sheet to bring a side dish!
Join us every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month as we have various vendors come to the Tucson KOA and sell their goods. Whether its all natural lotions, jams, lasagna, or desserts - we have it here! There is also a Kids Corner for fun kid's activity while the parents shop!
Think you have the ugliest Christmas sweater we have ever seen? Then come dressed to impress! Prize for the Ugliest Sweater! We will provide the meat and two bottles of wine for every table, you bring the sides! See you this PRE-Christmas Eve!
Join us for all the fun to ring in the New Year! Inside BBQ Rush Restaurant will be DJ Warren B, cash bar, 50/50 raffle, hourly games with prizes, hors d'oeuvres, champagne toast, and watch the ball drop at midnight!
Focusing on Dad starting at the time of check-in! Kids card craft and a daddy and me activity making a boat to race at our pond. Dad's also get a FREE PANCAKE BREAKFAST and free ice cream.
The main event attracts an estimated 150,000 participants who parade along the west bank of the Santa Cruz River to a grand finale performance at Mercado San Agustin, Tucson's one-of-a-kind people-powered procession blends aspects of All Souls Day and Dia de los Muertos at what has been called "one of the most inclusive and authentic public ceremonies in North America today."
Held annually the Saturday before Thanksgiving, El Tour is a fund raising adventure ride attracting over 9,000 cyclists of all ages and abilities from throughout the United States and worldwide, consisting of novice, intermediate, advanced, and professional cyclists.
Near the start of every year, Tucson becomes a playground for the world of international gem and mineral trading, collecting, and treasure hunting when the Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase arrives. Shoppers from near and far come to hunt for jewelry, jewelry-making supplies, collectibles and treasures, both rare and bargain priced.
The first La Fiesta de los Vaqueros(Celebration of the Cowboys) in 1925 touted three days of events and competition. Today, the event has grown to a nine-day celebration centered on the Tucson Rodeo, one of the top 25 professional rodeos in North America.