A must see drive thru interesting terrain and plant life! Breeze thru or linger. It's worth your time.
About Tucson Mountain Park
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Drove through the Tucson Mountain Park on our way to the Desert Museum and the Saguaro National Park. When first arriving in Arizona through New Mexico by car I was dying to see the classic Lucky Luke cactus! Little did I know that getting in...More
Something for everyone, hiking, horseback, bicycles, or just a nice visitors center. You may see a coyote or mountain lion in remote areas during cool time of day. Birds are plentiful. This is the home of majestic Saguaro Cactus and beautiful sunrise/sunsets.
We drove through the park en route to Saguaro West National Park. As described: The drive offers "beautiful views of quintessential cactus country." The drive is free, but not for the faint of heart. So happy we found it!
Tucson Arizona was basically founded in the middle of a large Saguaro Cactus "forest" in the desert of Southern Arizona. Today that forest has been divided into the Rincon (East) and Tucson Mountain (West) districts of Saguaro National Park. On the way home from a...More
My nephew took us through the park so we could get a better idea of some of the topography of Arizona. It was just lovely! Being from the Northeast, I love the colors of the changing seasons, but I found the desert to be beautiful...More
The views are so vast and spectacular it's easy to miss the small gems like the tiny flowers along the road and paths. Sit down and let your eyes get accustomed to the light and landscape then you'll see an amazing variety of birds, insects...More
Having rented a house near by, we traveled through and stopped at all the places you can stop in the park. Very curvy road that can be steep at time. But drive slow and enjoy the view. Lots of pull offs and picnic areas. Right...More
Hiked the Brown Mountain Trail in Tucson Mountain Park. Trailhead parking good, just of McCain Loop Road. Great views from along the ridge of Brown Mountain. Awesome saguaros every where which were just starting to flower.