If your in the area take the time to do some trails, mostly are easy and one is paved for the handicapped.
About Tucson Mountain Park
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Never tire of driving and walking through this area. It holds it's beauty all year long. I hope everyone who visits Tucson will at least go there to experience the rock formations and the beautiful vegetation of the desert. In spring it's teeming with wildflowers...More
The Tucson Mountain Park sits to the west of the city and offers some stunning hiking through saguaro-lined gorges and offering hilltop views of the city and surrounding areas. An evening hike starting from the Camino del Oeste trailhead offered a peaceful desert hike with...More
If you want to experience the desert in Arizona then this is a great place to spend some time whether you simply want to drive through or hike along some of the trails. You can enter the park from interstate 10 using West Speedway Boulevard...More
We did a quick trip here.....there are several trails to hike or bicycle, so you take more time as you want. We did not hike or bike so we did not enjoy it.
Unforgettable. Breathtaking. Serene. Incredible vistas. So fun to see the saguaro cacti which are generally over a hundred years old. Bring at least a gallon of water per person--we did a six mile loop and drank nearly all of it. The flowers are blooming in...More
We stayed at Justin's Diamond RV Park, which is located just south of the Tucson Mountain Park. Access to the park trails begins at the edge of the RV park, which makes it a gem in itself. Jam-packed with saguaro cactus, the icons of the...More
Adjacent to the western half of Seguaro National Park. Several easy hiking trails. Unlike the national park, these trails allow bicycles. Several small parking lots for stopping to take pictures. No rest room just an occasional outhouse.