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Tucson Estates : parcs et nature

Meilleurs parcs

Museum
“The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is a world-renowned zoo, natural history museum and botanical garden, all in one place. Exhibits re-create the natural landscape of the Sonoran Desert Region so realistically you find yourself eye-to-eye with mountain lions, prairie dogs, Gila monsters, and more. Within the Museum grounds, you will see more than 300 animal species and 1,200 kinds of plants. There are almost 2 miles of paths traversing 21 acres of beautiful desert. Hours: October - February 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (no entry after 4:15 p.m.) March - September 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (no entry after 4:15 p.m.) June, July, August Sunday - Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (no entry after 4:15 p.m.) Saturdays - 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Extended hours and special programming for families on Summer Saturday Evenings Season: Open year round Price: $8.00 - $19.50 Price Details: General Admission (ages 18-64) - $19.50 Seniors (ages 65+) - $17.50 Youth (ages 13-17) - $15.50 Children (ages 3-12) - $8.00 Children (ages 2 and under) - FREE”
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Scenic Lookout
“Great place to catch a sunset, have a glass of wine, beautiful stands of saquaros”
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Parc
“At approximately 20,000 acres, the park is one of the largest natural resource areas owned and managed by a local government in the U.S. The park has approximately 62 miles of non-motorized shared-use trials. The park’s trails are open to hikers, equestrians, and mountain bikers, and provide a wide range of outstanding experiences, including technical challenges, and breathtaking views. Gates Pass overlook includes interpretive displays and historic structures. Picnicking and wildlife viewing opportunities are located throughout the park.”
  • Recommandé par 8 habitants
Parc
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Parc
“Take a short hike down the Yetman Trail out to the remains of the Bowen Stone House. The easiest access to the trailhead is to take Speedway Blvd West towards the Tucson Mountains. Take a left (South) a Camino De Oeste and follow the road about a half mile until it ends in the dirt parking lot of the trail head. Camino De Oeste quickly turns into a dirt road, but it is still easily accessible in a sedan. The hike out to the stone house is only about 1.1 relatively flat miles from this trial head.”
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Campground
“If you prefer a bit more solitude and natural settings, this looks like it might be your choice!”
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Parc
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant