Photos, maps, and often a story about Tucson's small parks ("parklets") — often too tiny to appear on a map — as well as some hidden nooks that are great places to take a break from the sun or from a busy day.
In case you're new to Tucson, it's divided into neighborhoods — each with its own neighborhood association. Some of them are more active than others. The Rosemont West Neighborhood Association has a pocket park:
David Aber found it on November 30, 2020. It's in one of those unique Tucson areas with streets that meet in, um, unusual ways. He sent this helpful map:
The parklet is on 1/10 acre. Its amenities include a Little Free Library, a bench with shade, a flagpole, and a neighborhood association bulletin board.
LOCATION: 10 blocks southwest of Broadway & Rosemont
This little spot is two blocks west of 6th Avenue, just off the El Paso & Southern Greenway (a bike/pedestrian path that's under construction; click there for the plan), in the city of South Tucson. As this Google Street View photo shows, there are a couple of benches: