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Ben's Review:
   There is lots of old stuff found in the ground, it looks like soldiers stuff and doctors stuff. (There was an Army hospital here).


Dad's Notes:
   A combination Army Fort Museum and City Park. Old Adobe buildings (reconstructed and original), make up the museum portion of this park - all about the old Fort, the cavalry and the Apache Indians from the area - including some great photos. A large 1880’s picture of Tucson taken from ‘A’ Mountain.

   There are a lot of old artifacts found from both the fort and some ancient Hohokam pottery found when the baseball field was redone.

   A great Picnic site with plenty of tables and a playground. There is also a nice duck pond, many ballfields and a large swimming pool - open year round and great prices ($2 adult, $.50 kids). Recommend hitting this park weekdays or off season - promises for a great family afternoon!




Address:
2900 N. Craycroft, Tucson, Az

Admission (subject to change):
Park and Museum Free!
Pool $2 (Kids $.50)
Pets on leash OK in park, not pool

Phone Numbers:
520.885.3832

Hours(subject to change):
Park 6a - 10p daily
Pool 11a-2p weekdays, 12p-4p Weekends
Museum W-Sa 10a - 4p

Fort Lowell

Drive Directions:
Tucson: 15 min
Sierra Vista: 1 hr 40 min
I-10 to Speedway, right. Continue to Craycroft, left. A few blocks down, on your right.


   Fort Lowell Park by Mike Symonds Thanks Mike!


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