Tucson Spotlight
Posted By: Graeme Hunt
My family explores Reid Park and the Tucson Pops Summer "Music Under the Stars."
Posted By: Graeme Hunt

Tips on keeping your knobby tires rolling during Tucson's summer season.

Posted By: Laurie
Laurie and her husband, Don, spend a weekend experiencing the Apache Spirit Ranch near Tombstone, Arizona.
Posted By: Graeme Hunt
An avid cyclist decides to try running for the first time, and signs up for the quarter-marathon Arizona Distance Classic.
Posted By: Guests
Joe Laing describes a fun and exciting 3-day itinerary around Tucson and Southern Arizona.
Posted By: Graeme Hunt
I enjoy a fantastic meal and some savory cocktails when I attend a birthday party dinner celebration at Janos Wilder's Downtown Kitchen + Cocktails.
Posted By: Guests
Tucson residents Jared and Patrice Ross describe their easy experience with traveling from Los Angeles to Tucson via Amtrak train.
Posted By: Graeme Hunt
A Tucson couple take in the sights and sounds of the Fourth Avenue Street Fair near downtown Tucson.
Posted By: Graeme Hunt
Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitor Bureau staff, along with some friends, participate in Tucson Clean and Beautiful program.
Posted By: Vicki
A few staff members of the Tucson Convention & Visitors Bureau take a day trip to enjoy the Sunglow Ranch.


Bet on a great time out at Southern Arizona casinos. Located adjacent to the Tohono O'odham and Pascua Yaqui Nations, Tucson offers gaming fun for travelers and locals alike.

Casino Del Sol Resort & Conference Center, and its sister casino, Casino of the Sun, are proudly owned and operated by The Pascua Yaqui Tribe and have been in operation for 20 years. Try your hand at cards, or test your luck on the slot machines. Enjoy fine dining or catch a show. The nearly 5,000-seat AVA Amphitheater is a Southern Arizona hot spot featuring popular musical acts, boxing matches, and more.

Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment offers the games you love seven days a week. Play for big money at bingo, slots, poker, blackjack, and Keno. Proudly owned and operated by the Tohono O'odham Tribe, Desert Diamond has three locations in Southern Arizona.

With the biggest uncapped jackpots in Arizona, Desert Diamond Casino has established itself as Southern Arizona's premier poker destination. The casino features 17 tables and around-the-clock play plus 50% off food for all players in an active game. There are 33 blackjack tables with odds up to 12,500 to 1 and player-friendly rules, making Desert Diamond a great place to play blackjack. Plus, you will only find Royal Match and Arizona Aces at Desert Diamond Casinos. Bingo and Keno fans will find high-stakes games with jaw-dropping jackpots at Desert Diamond, and if you like to play slots, the casino offers the latest games as well as your old favorites.

Desert Diamond's on-site Monsoon Nightclub offers top flight entertainment in an elegant setting. Catch national acts on stage or dance the night away. See the event line-up. When you're ready to call it a night, the new Desert Diamond Casino Hotel is only a few steps away. All accommodations offer a complete array of modern amenities including a 32" flat panel television with cable and movies on demand. Large work desk, complimentary wireless Internet access, complimentary hardwired data port, dual line speaker phones with voice mail, in room safe, refrigerator and more.


Additional Gaming

Tucson Greyhound Park

Rillito Race Track - Horse Racing