“rest in the shade trees”
In return for prayers answered during World War I, Tucsonan Felix Lucero began work on sculptures depicting biblical scenes. The result: this lovely park at 602 W. Congress St. on the west bank of the Santa Cruz River. Now it's city-maintained and open from dawn to dusk. You'll find shade trees and, across Congress St., Tucson's official largest eucalyptus tree.
This is located in Tucson...NOT Phoenix. The correct address is 602 W. Congress Ave, Tucson 85745
We came here with the family. It is totally overrun with homeless people. There are tents everywhere, didn’t stay because I’m pretty sure we would all be dead if we did. Not recommended!
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