Tucson Racquet & Fitness Club
Tucson Racquet Club has everything you need for tennis, racquetball, pickleball, and swimming. Restaurant and bar also available.
A good, inexpensive option for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You don't need to be a member for the restaurant and bar. A great place to watch sports as well. They have great live music in the summer. Check their schedule.
Within the neighborhood or short walk down river path to family friendly gym. Daily passes available. Gym includes; restaurant and bar, pools, tennis courts, racket ball courts, sauna, spa, and a variety of classes.
I am a member at this club and its my favorite hangout spot - For $12 a day, guests have access to the full facility. you can take yoga or other classes, workout, swim, play tennis, eat breakfast lunch or dinner at the restaurant, watch sports in the evening at their bar. Two jacuzzis (indoor…
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