- INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS
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Sabino Canyon Visitor Center , AZ
US Forest Service
The Sabino Canyon Visitor Center is located immediately north of the parking lot. The staff answers questions about nearby points of interest and plants and animals common to the canyon; they also provide detailed information about hiking trails in the Canyon and elsewhere on the Santa Catalina Ranger District. Books, audio and videotapes, mementos of Sabino Canyon and Southern Arizona, and inexpensive maps of the canyon and surrounding area are offered for sale through the Public Lands Interpretive Association and the Friends of Sabino Canyon. Free brochures and handouts are also available. The Visitor Center is open from 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. weekdays, and from 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. on weekends. The Visitor Center is closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. While there is ample parking during the summer months, the lot can be crowded during the fall, winter and spring. Bike racks are also available at the main entrance, encouraging bicycle enthusiasts to make a day trip. The Visitor Center is fully accessible. There are hands-on exhibits and videos that may be enjoyed by the hearing and visually impaired visitors. TDD service is available at the Center's regular phone number: (520) 749-8700
Address:5700 N. Sabino Canyon Road
Phone: (520) 749-8700
Directions:The Sabino Canyon Visitor Center is located in northeast Tucson, just north of the intersection of Sunrise Drive and Sabino Canyon Road at 5700 N.