|Dedicated Senior Centers||Senior Club Program||Senior Olympic Festival|
|Senior Programs||Senior Fitness Program|
|Senior Activity Card||Senior Nutrition Program|
Tucson Parks and Recreation offers a variety of programs and services for active adults. There are three dedicated senior centers in addition to Senior Programs available at other locations. The Senior Programs provides Tucson's adults (50+) with age-appropriate social, recreational, educational, and physical activities. Please see the Senior Programs information below and the individual Centers' web pages for more information on the programs and activities offered at each site.
Armory Park Center
Armory Senior Center features a full kitchen, gift shop, dance hall and stage, computer lab, weight room, pool tables and library.
El Pueblo Activity Center and Senior Center
The El Pueblo Senior Center features a social lounge area, computer lab, multipurpose rooms, kitchenette and pool table.
Carol West Senior Addition at the Morris K. Udall Center
The Carol West Senior Addition at Udall features multipurpose rooms, lounge area with TV, computer adult learning center and pool tables.
Go to each Center's web page (click on its name) to find more information about the programs offered at each site.
|Senior Activity Card||Senior Club||Senior Fitness||Senior Nutrition||Senior Activity Card Days|
|Armory Park Center||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Mon. through Sat.|
|Cherry Avenue Center||Yes||Yes||--||--||Mon. through Fri.|
|Donna R. Liggins Center||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Tues. through Thurs.|
|El Pueblo Activity Center||Yes||--||--||--||Wed. and Fri.|
|El Pueblo Neighborhood Center||--||--||--||Yes||Mon. through Fri.|
|El Pueblo Senior Center||Yes||Yes||Yes||--||Mon. through Sat.|
|El Rio Center||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Mon. through Fri.|
|Fred Archer Center||Yes||Yes||--||Yes||Mon. through Sat.|
|Freedom Park Center||Yes||--||Yes||Yes||Mon. through Fri.|
|Morris K. Udall Center||Yes||--||Yes||--||Tues. and Fri.|
|Morris K. Udall Center
Carol West Senior Addition
|Yes||Yes||Yes||--||Mon. through Fri.|
|Quincie Douglas Center||Yes||--||Yes||Yes||Mon. through Fri.|
|Santa Rosa Center||Yes||--||--||--||Mon. through Fri.|
|William M. Clements Center||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Tues. and Thurs.|
Tucson Parks and Recreation provides Tucson’s adults 50+ the opportunity to enhance their social, physical, and emotional well being through participation in a wide variety of age-appropriate activities. Our Senior Activity Card provides quality year-round programming, activities and services, special events, field trips, newsletters, educational opportunities, computer access, evidence-based health programs, and meaningful volunteer opportunities.
Each Senior site offers a variety of programs, services, and leisure recreation opportunities for participants holding the Senior Activity Card. Please see the Centers' websites, or ask Staff, for more information on which opportunities are offered at each site.
The Senior Activity Card is required to participate in Senior programs, services and activities and is accepted at all Centers which offer Senior programming. The Senior Activity Card is not required for the Senior Nutrition Program.
|City Resident||Non-City Resident|
|Annual Senior Activity Card
(Expires one year from date of issue)
|Quarterly Senior Activity Card
(Expires three months from date of issue)
|Daily Activity Pass: Recreation and Neighborhood Centers
(Armory Park, Cherry Avenue, Donna R. Liggins, El Rio, Fred Archer,
Freedom, Marty Birdman, Quincie Douglas, and Santa Rosa Centers)
|Daily Activity Pass: Regional Centers
(William M. Clements, El Pueblo, Randolph, and Morris K. Udall Centers)
The Senior Activity Card is eligible for the Discount Program (City Residents only).
The Senior Activity Card fees offset a portion of the cost of providing Senior programs and services. Some programs, services, and activities, such as field trips and classes, may require additional fees to participate. Since programs and activities differ at each site, please ask Staff or visit each Center's website for more information.
Senior Clubs include activities such as: card games, board games, crafts, access to exercise equipment, and day trips. Additional fees may apply. You must have a Senior Activity Card to participate. Please see the Centers' websites for more information on which opportunities are offered at each site.
Tucson Parks and Recreation's Centers offer fitness opportunities geared towards older adults including, but not limited to, yoga, dance, walking, table tennis, and general fitness classes. Many programs are offered through parnerships with and sponsorships with local social service agencies. Some programs are no cost with the Senior Activity Card, but other programs may have a suggested donation or required fee. Please see the Centers' web sites for more information.
Tucson Parks and Recreation partners with local social service agencies to offer basic nutrition for seniors 60+. Donation requested. The Senior Activity Card is not required to participate in the program however registration for the Nutrition program is required. Check individual Centers for times.
January and February each year. Several times and locations throughout the city.
The festival is a celebration to promote fitness, health, and an active lifestyle among adults 50 years of age and older. Events include volleyball, bowling, bridge, racquetball, basketball shoot, pickleball, archery, golf, tennis, horseshoes, badminton, and many more. More than 2,000 people participate in the competitions. See the Senior Olympic Festival page for more information.