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Saguaro National Park

94 locals recommend

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Debbie
Debbie
October 09, 2019
Saguaro National Park is in southern Arizona. Its 2 sections are on either side of the city of Tucson. The park is named for the large saguaro cactus, native to its desert environment. In the western Tucson Mountain District, Signal Hill Trail leads to petroglyphs of the ancient Hohokam people. In…
Maria
Maria
October 07, 2019
Take the scenic routes!
Veronique
Veronique
October 04, 2019
Scenic views, hiking trails & picnic areas are offered at this home of the country's largest cacti.
Daniel And Tes
Daniel And Tes
October 03, 2019
Both East and West sides are spectacular. Highly recommend checking either one of them out. Both have driving loops, which are great. The West side park feels more remote - the driving loop isn't paved - the East side driving loop is paved.
Jordan
Jordan
September 11, 2019
Absolutely stunning! There are no other words needed here. Enjoy it in conjunction with the Desert Museum!

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“Head west out of town, through Gates Pass. The vista is amazing: just try to count the saguaros!!! Then enjoy the friendly docents as they share their passion for all desert flora, fauna and creatures that make our Tucson desert special. Summer visitors can enjoy Saturday evening tours—arrive before sunset and watch the magical changes as nocturnal critters awake!”
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Ski Lodge
“Mount Lemmon has wonderful views of the city from about an elevation of 9,000 feet. The temperatures drop on the way up, so be prepared for cooler weather...”
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Museum
“The museum features western, Latin American, and modern and contemporary art exhibitions as well as five historic houses that provide visitors with a unique look into Tucson's past. ”
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Church
“Mission San Xavier del Bac is an historic Spanish Catholic mission located about 10 miles south of downtown Tucson, Arizona, on the Tohono O'odham Nation San Xavier Indian Reservation. Wikipedia Opened: 1797 Area: 14 acres Founding priest(s): Father Eusebio Francisco Kino, SJ English translation: The Mission of Saint Xavier of the Water Nickname(s): "The White Dove of the Desert"”
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History Museum
“Old Tucson is Where the Spirit of the Old West Comes Alive! Whether you’re looking for a day of Western fun and entertainment for your family or for your company, Old Tucson is the perfect location to take a step back in time. Old Tucson offers fun for the whole family, including: WESTERN EXPERIENCES: Gunfights, saloon musicals, living history presentations, film history tours RIDES AND GAMES DINING AND SHOPPING oldtucson.com”
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Phone+1 520-733-5100
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