Located in the southern part of Arizona in the Sonoran Desert, this area is surrounded by rugged, natural beauty, rolling hills, five mountain ranges and endless cactus, Tucson is home to a wide variety of national parks, attractions and museums which are rich in history and southwestern culture. Area attractions include the Mission de San Xavier del Bac, Pima Air and Space Museum, The Mini-Time Machine Museum of Miniatures and the Arizona Donoran Desert Museum. At night, attend the ballet, opera, or symphony performances. During the day spend your time golfing or visiting Saguaro National Park with hiking trails and Ranger led tours or attend the largest outdoor mid winter rodeo in America – the La Fiesta de los Vaqueros Rodeo. Also be sure you don’t miss the world’s largest natural history Gem and Mineral Show Case hosted annually in February.
Explore art district venues including galleries featuring pottery, jewelry, artwork, crafts and other items, many of which are created by Native Americans. Shop until you drop in Tucson’s largest indoor mall.
There are several RV parks that cater to winter guests and can provide access to everything from tennis, spa sessions, swimming pools, craft, dancing or yoga classes. The list of activities is endless. Go to visittucson.org or go-arizona.com/Tucson for additional information