Catalina State Park is a great place to go camping and engage in exciting activities as well. Visitors can reserve one of three different areas for camping out overnight. Each area can accommodate between 20 and 200 people. All three camping areas offer a BBQ grill and 10 picnic tables for visitors to dine at. The areas also feature a shade ramada, as well as a fire ring. All three areas share one restroom and shower facility.
Camping at Catalina State Park
120 sites within Catalina State Park can accommodate those who want to camp in their RV. Of these 120 sites, 95 of them come with access to electricity and running water and 25 of them do not.
Visitors to Catalina State Park can use the many hiking trails and the Equestrian area. The hiking trails are The Romero Ruin, Romero Canyon, Nature, Bridle, Birding, 50 Year and Canyon Loop Trails. The Equestrian Area is a place where visitors can bring their own horses. Animals can be brought in for the day only or can stay with visitors overnight. There are 12 animal pens in the Equestrian area that are first come first serve. Visitors also have access to drinking water, picnic tables and BBQ grills. With the exception of the Romero Ruin Trail, animals are permitted on the hiking trails.
11570 N. Oracle Road
Tucson, Arizona 86737
Catalina State Park Hours
The Visitor’s Center is open 8am-5pm every day.
Catalina State Park Fees
The entrance fee is $7 per vehicle or $3 per person.