Active Things to Do in Tucson

If Active Things to Do in Tucson is what you’re looking for Tucson Trolly Tours has your back!

Get Air Sports
333 S Toole Avenue

Remember those neighborhood Dodgeball games you had as a kid? Well now add another level of excitement to it. With thousands of square foot, wall to wall inside this facility, you’ll enjoy hours of fun. You can jump from trampoline to trampoline, jump from the trampoline to the foam pit and even use the trampoline lanes to do your best NBA imitation dunk with the slam ball. If individual jumping is your game, they have those, too. Bring the whole family. There’s something for everyone!

Mini Golf, Go Carts, Batting Cages, etc.
6503 E Tanque Verde Rd

Looking for a family fun night? Night out with friends? Head over to Golf N Stuff where you will find something for everyone. The attractions include Miniature Golf, Lil Indy Raceway and “start your engines”, Laser Tag with maze-like layouts, Bumper Boats, where you can be either the captain (driver) or the for a delicious hot dog or warm pretzel.

221 E Wetmore Road

Enjoy a fun filled day playing mini golf, driving go-karts, hide and seek on three levels of Laser Tag, which is family friendly or cool off in the Cactus Springs water park. There’s even a special area dedicated to the younger crowd with kiddie rides and adventures.

Rocks & Ropes
330 S Toole Ave #400

Whether you are a beginner rock climber, or experienced and looking for a challenge, Rocks & Ropes is the place to visit. You can come by yourself or with a group of friends/family.

8975 E Tanque Verde Rd

Want to go climbing, but it’s too darn hot? Try The BLOC. With 7,000 square foot of air-conditioned bouldering walls and an additional 13,000 square foot of fitness areas, you can keep cool while working out. You can come by yourself or as a group. Either way you’ll have a blast!

4050 W Costco Place

You don’t have to be an avid golfer to enjoy a day at TopGolf. With over 70 climate-controlled bays, TopGolf is year-round entertainment. Picture a bowling league atmosphere, without wearing someone else’s shoes!!TopGolf is a social sport, combining play, food, music and drinks. It’s also a great place to play pool. With an accomplished Executive Chef at the reigns, TopGolf is also one of the best places to grab a bite to eat.

Culinary Dropout
2543 E Grant Road

Looking to listen to some live music, while dining on excellent food and receiving fantastic service, then you must go to Culinary Dropout. It’s also a great place to watch your favorite sports team, while snacking on their famous soft pretzels with provolone fondue. It doesn’t get any better than that! Just thinking about the prosciutto deviled eggs makes my mouth water!

Cobra Arcade Bar
63 E Congress Street

This is an adult only venue (21+). Take a step back in time at Cobra Arcade. You’ll find a huge selection of vintage arcade games. They operate on tokens and typically, you only need one token to play. Even the prices are vintage! There is music pumping and cocktails are available. It’s a great vibe with a very friendly staff.

D&D Pinball
331 E 7th Street

This arcade has things to do for all ages. With pinball machines from five decades, you’re sure to find several that you will remember from your childhood. It’s the largest pinball arcade right in the heart of Downtown Tucson.

JW Marriott Tucson
3800 Starr Pass Blvd

Do you want a great way for the entire family to beat the heat? Book a stay at the JW Marriott and you’ll have an endless array of ways to entertain the entire family. They have an outdoor multi-level along the water trail. There’s also a bike trail, golf course, fitness trail and fitness center. Finish off your day, or if you’re like me, start your day with a refreshing massage and facial at the Hashani Spa.

Gene C. Reid Park
900 Randolph Way

Ready for a family/ friends picnic in the park? Visit Gene C. Reid Park. Forty grills for your BBQ, Twelve horseshoe courts, Baseball fields, multi-purpose fields and three playgrounds with play structures and swings. They even have a Dog Park for both large and small dogs. Looking for something a little less physical? Take a walk around the Rose Garden. Spend the day, because they have 18 ramadas to provide shade and eight restrooms for your comfort.

Edith Ball Pool
3455 E Zoo Court

The Edith Ball Adaptive Recreation Center is a Year-Round Facility. The outdoor pool offers fitness classes, lap swimming and open swim times. The indoor, Therapy Pool provides individuals with disabilities and opportunity to experience benefits including increased range of motion and flexibility.

345 E Congress St

Finally, for active things to do in Tucson. Whether you are looking for a fantastic place to have Brunch over the weekend (11am to 3pm), a tantalizing cocktail or a delicious burger, wings or stuffed sandwiches, Hi Fi is the place to go. I highly recommend a light meal, because you shouldn’t leave without having one of their Adult Milkshakes. I recommend The Creamsicle which features Three Olives Orange Vodka, Blue Moon, Tang powder and topped with whipped cream, vanilla soft serve and a cherry on top! Mmm, mmm good! Brings you back to your childhood days when the ice cream man came rolling down the street.