- TripBuzz found 45 things to do with kids in or near Sierra Vista, Arizona, including 30 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tombstone, Hereford, Bisbee and Sonoita.
- From Sierra Vista Skate BMX Park to The Cove Aquatic Center, the Sierra Vista area offers 38 different types of family activities, including: Canyon, Movie Theaters, Parks and Historic Sites.
- Serving as the main commercial, cultural, and recreational hub of Arizona's Cochise County is the city of Sierra Vista. Offering beautiful views of the Huachuca Mountains, the city is home to a nature preserve, lake, aquatic center and nature preserve that attract outdoor enthusiasts. The city, nicknamed the 'Hummingbird Capital' also draws visitors from around the world to bird watch within the preserve and nearby mountain areas.
Located within Veteran's Memorial Park, Sierra Vista Skate BMX Park is a recreational facility suitable for skateboards and bicycles. The park features a bowl, ramps, rails, steps, ledges, benches and an observation area with bleachers and grassy fields.
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A mostly indoor facility, the Cove Aquatic Center features an 11,000-square-foot, zero-entry pool with slides, lap lanes and a wave machine. The center also offers a kids' pool, water therapy pool and outdoor diving pool.
Ranging through the mountains, canyons, ghost towns, and historic locations around Tombstone, Apache ATV Tours offers individual and group tours on all-terrain vehicles. They offer a variety of tours which typically range from three to four hours in length.
A movie theater with 10 auditoriums, Cinemark 10 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, self-service ticketing, a game room and a concession area with food and drinks.
Providing activities for the entire family, Tompkins Park is a large outdoor space. Along with playgrounds and both basketball and volleyball courts, the park offers a walking trail, horseshoe pits and a separate area for dogs.
Brown's Canyon Trail leads the hikers into a small canyon, opening to the view of the city. While there are some trails which are easy enough for any hiker, there are also a few difficult ones because of their inclination.