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Parques y naturaleza en Tucson

Botanical Garden
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“A treasure of Tucson, the botanical gardens is 5 1/2 acres of gardens of all kinds! They have butterfly magic in the spring where you can watch butterflies break out of their cocoons and fly for the first time! ”
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“Tons of trails to hike, walk, run, or on some days....even bike! There is a parking fee (daily or annual). Just a mile from the condo!”
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“Sabino Canyon is a wonderful desert experience not far from the city. Locals hike here often with trails that follow a creek. There's shuttle tours too, for those who aren't ready for a Tucson hiking experience. If you are visiting Tucson for nature, this is a place to check out. ”
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Playground
“Large park with lovely zoo and pond. Also a pool which is open during the summer months. Also has a dog park for off leash opportunities for your dog.”
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“"Bear Canyon to Seven Falls Trail is a 8.2 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Tucson, Arizona that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate." There is a park entry fee of $5-$10”
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Sendero
“A 360 degree view of Tucson and the 5 mountain ranges surrounding the city!”
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“A great spot to go for a walk along the dry river bed. Take Columbus Road North until it dead-ends for easy access. Just 1 mile drive from our house.”
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“Recreation Center with work out facility, swimming pool, diving boards, indoor and out door track, soccer and baseball fields, outdoor performance center.”
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“This park features two dog parks, basketball courts, soccer fields, two playgrounds and a splash park. Right along it runs the bike and walking trails.”
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“Right across the street is a natural setting walk to a park with a playground, grass and connects to the River Walk. Views of mountains and sometimes some native animals. ”
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“This National Park is close and the saguaros are absolutely beautiful....just to drive thru or stop and picnic....Great place to take photos.”
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“This park has entrance to the Loop for biking and jogging, but is also a bird preserve. ”
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“Run, walk, or cycle up to 120 miles on the Chuck Huckelberry Loop, a system of paved, shared-use paths and short segments of buffered bike lanes connecting the Rillito, Santa Cruz, and Pantano River Parks with the Julian Wash and Harrison Road Greenways. There are several access points near our house, including Rillito Park and UA Farms Campbell (look for the hiker symbol on this map for access points: https://pimamaps.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=6621892ce6474ba79c51a736a212c6d9)”
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Plaza
“A historic spot to learn about Tucson's history while spending a day downtown.”
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“Revered by locals for over a hundred years, this public shrine placed on the National Historic Register in 1971, which saved it from repeated plans to tear it down or move it. ”
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“Great park with pool open during the summer. Walking distance from the house.”
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