655 N. Hughes Street • Tucson AZ 85705
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 2:45-6:00 p.m
Closed Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays
Center Supervisor: Mike Davis - TPRD-Oury@tucsonaz.gov
The Oury Center is located in David G. Herrera and Ramon Quiroz Park.
|Amenities||Youth and Teen Programs||Center Passes||About Oury Center|
In-Betweeners SchoolzOut Camps (Ages 12-14)
Program for teens 12-14 years old during out of school time. Activities are supervised, engaging and fun. Includes games, sports, social interaction, dance, art projects and nutrition based learning activities. Contact Registration Services for information 520-791-4788.
|Game room||Basketball court (Lighted)|
|Pool, Ping-pong, and Foosball tables||Playground equipment|
|Public computer lab||Sand volleyball court|
|Video game area||Stage|
PeeWee Pass Drop-In Recreation - Ages 5-6
Program Hours: M/T/Th/F - 2:45-6pm and W1:45-6pm
Cost: $18 for 3 months, $66 for one year *Only valid at Oury Center
In-Betweeners SchoolzOut Camp - Ages 12-14
Program for teens 12-14 years old during out of school time. (fall, holiday and spring). Activities are supervised, engaging and fun.
In-Betweeners Club (IBC) - Ages 12-14
The IBC Club is only offered during the summer at Oury Center. Contact Registration Services for information (791-4788) about cost . This program for kids ages 12-14 that are in middle school. Children get a snack, arts and crafts, outdoor games, and guest speakers.
Youth Open Drop-in Recreation - Age 7+
Must be at least 7 years of age unless accompanied by a parent or adult. Daily or quarterly pass required.
Take advantage of fitness opportunities and center amenities by purchasing a Center Pass.
Tucson Parks and Recreations offers two types of passes, Universal and Restricted. Universal passes can be used at any center. Restricted passes may be used at Fred Archer, Quincie Douglas, El Rio, Freedom, Donna Liggins, Randolph, and Santa Rosa
Additional information on Center Rates and Fees.
Oury Recreation Center is located in the historic Barrio Anita neighborhood. The park dates back to the 1930s when it was the site of many softball leagues. Oury Recreation Center lies in the heart of the David G. Herrera and Ramon Quiroz Park.