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Park and Playground

Your family will love spending time at the Sycamore Canyon Park and Playground. With beautiful views of the Santa Rita and Santa Catalina mountains from the two acre grassy field, basketball court and playground, it will become one of your favorite places in the neighborhood. Two ramadas, barbecues and lots of sunshine also make it the perfect place to hold birthday parties and enjoy the many neighborhood events held here. (Photo by Ron Quarles,

Neighborhood Trails

The natural beauty of the neighborhood lends itself perfectly to the over 7.5 miles of desert trails that traverse the neighborhood. Native plants, animals and beautiful views of the surrounding area can be seen on the trails while walking or running safely within the confines of the neighborhood. Another 2.8 mile loop trail is planned when the second phase of the neighborhood is completed, adding even more diversity to your morning hike.

Community Swimming Pool

The Community Pool is located just south of the Park and is enjoyed by residents of all ages. Two lap lanes provide the perfect spot to get in your swimming workout. The 1.5-foot area is great for young children, and the last area of the pool goes from 3 feet to 5 feet, perfect for kids of all ages to shoot water guns and play their favorite water sports.

The Pool is heated to 80 degrees March 15 – May 31 and September 1 – October 31. The Pool is NOT heated  June 1 – August 31 and November 1 – March 14.

The Hot Tub is heated from March 15 – Dec. 31.

The Community Pool Area is closed January 1 – March 14.

Pool Rules

♥ No lifeguard is on duty at any time. Swim at your own risk.

♥ The pool/spa is open from: 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Trespassing will be reported to the police.

♥ The pool/spa is for residents in good standing of the Sycamore Canyon HOA and their guests. Limit 4 guests.

♥ Persons under 16 years of age must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

♥ Children under the age of 16 are not to use the spa

♥ Keep the gates closed at all times.

♥ Clean up after yourself.

♥ No pets allowed 
(Photo by Ron Quarles,

Fire Station

Corona de Tucson Fire Station #2

Located that the intersection of Rustling Leaf Trail and Sycamore Canyon Trail, Corona de Tucson Fire Station #2 provides residents an added sense of safety in the neighborhood. Firefighters are close by to assist with any emergencies that may occur.