Details & photos 2021 North Kinney Road, Tucson, Arizona, Phone: 520-883-1380 Next read: Center for Creative Photography, Jewish History Museum, Kitt Peak National Observatory, Museum of Contemporary Art, Pima Air & Space Museum, Presidio San Augustin del Tucson Saguaro National Park is best known as the home to the giant saguaro cactus, a symbol of the American West.
Saguaros are found only in a very small part of the United States and are therefore fiercely protected.
Founded in the 1960s, the orchard and store offers acres of citrus including navels, pink grapefruit, Rio Red grapefruit, Arizona Sweets, Valencias and tangerines.
The country store stocks locally made preserves, pickled produce and a candy counter.
The 1.6-mile trail offers easy, lower stretches and the upper half is steeper but not too challenging. Learn how to brew your own beverage: try your hand at making cappuccinos, a flavored ice tea, or your own brewed beer. Or, buy a workout DVD, a challenging one (or even this! (Cold weather alternate: go ice skating, sledding, or spend the afternoon at a cider mill.) 48. Stop in for an appetizer at a few different locations to try out some new foods. Grab a few laughs at a comedy club or rent a funny movie to get rid of any wedding planning stress. just have fun, take a break from stressing out, and enjoy spending some one-on-one time together.The park extends to the Tucson Mountain District, which is home to the coyote, desert tortoise, and Gambel’s quail.It also reaches the Rincon Mountain District, where the pine and mixed conifer forest provides shelter to black bears, Arizona mountain king snakes, Mexican spotted owls, and white-tailed deer.Augustine’s Cathedral, as well as “A” mountain and El Tiradito, the wishing shrine, along the way.