Lincoln Regional Park


Upper Lincoln Regional Park: 4325 S. Pantano Road
Lower Lincoln Regional Park and the Atterbury-Lyman Sanctuary: 8330 E. Escalante Road
Julie Marilyn Reitan Softball Complex: 8116 E. Escalante Road
Tucson AZ 85730

Regional Park • 419.4 acres

Park Hours: 6:00 a.m.-10:30 p.m.

Amenities William M. Clements Center Sports Map (PDF)
Atterbury Wash Greenway Clements Pool Trails Map (PDF)
Children's Outdoor Performance Center (COPA) Fred Enke Golf Course Tucson Delivers Projects
Julie Marilyn Reitan Softball Complex    
Atterbury-Lyman Bird and Animal Sanctuary    

Amenities

Playgrounds Picnic Tables Ramadas
Basketball Court (covered) Grills Restrooms
Multi-Purpose Fields Drinking Fountains  
Soccer Fields Benches  
Softball Fields Bike Racks  
Volleyball Courts Fire Ring  
Multi-Use Path    

Atterbury Wash Greenway

The Atterbury Wash Greenway is a multi-use path that runs through Lincoln Park, linking the Fred Enke Golf Course, Pima College East Campus, the William M. Clements Center, Lincoln Park Softball Complex, Lower Lincoln Park, and the Michael Lyman Atterbury Wash Animal and Bird Sanctuary.  The paved segment from Escalante Road to the Fred Enke Golf Course is 0.9 miles in length and has Dawn to Dusk lights. The paths are for pedestrians and bicyclists only.  No motorized vehicles allowed.  (Trails Map PDF)
 

Children’s Outdoor Performance Area (COPA)

Access by Rental Only:

  • Standard Rate: $250/day plus deposit
  • Non-Profit Rate: $180/day plus deposit
  • Call (520) 791-5934 to reserve the facility
  • Call (520) 791-4730 to schedule a walk through

 

1.7-acre, Fenced Facility with:

  • Large special event gazebo
  • Two large shade structures
  • Children's playground
  • Outdoor stage area
  • Drinking fountain
  • Restrooms

Julie Marilyn Reitan Softball Complex

The softball complex at Lincoln Regional Park is named for Julie Marily Reitan (1976-1997).  Julie started playing softball when she was 8 years old and played on these same fields.  She played for Sahuaro Bobby Sox, Arizona Cats (ASA), Sahuaro High School, Creative Awards, and The University of Arizona.

Julie was a true student-athlete.  She graduated from Sahuaro High School in 1994, ranked first in her class with a 4.0 GPA.  She ran track and cross country and played volleyball and softball, leading her softball teams to the State Championship in 1992 and 1993..  Julie accepted a softball scholarship from The University of Arizona where she played on teams that won the NCAA Division I National Championship in 1996 and 1997.

Julie was diagnosed with Type I Diabetes when she was 11 years old.  Tragically, she died of low blood sugar at the age of 21.