With endless trails for hiking and biking, open-air museums, and desert gardens, Tucson has the space you need to Free Yourself.
Wide-Open Spaces, Ready to Explore.
People have always found freedom and relaxation in the wide-open spaces that surround Tucson and nowadays that space is needed more than ever. Whether you're looking for a break from the hustle and bustle or you're just tired of being cooped up at home, getting outside into the breathtaking environment of the Sonoran Desert is a safe and simple way to unplug, unwind, and immerse yourself in nature. So, when you’re ready to escape, Tucson’s wide open spaces are ready to be explored.
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Venture Off the Beaten Path
Hike through the mind-blowing landscape of Saguaro National Park. Spot rare species in the birding paradise of Madera Canyon. Climb to scenic vistas in the Santa Catalina Mountains. Hop on a bike and ride part of the 131-mile Chuck Huckelberry Loop. Whatever you're outdoor pleasure, Southern Arizona provides plenty of room to roam.
Expand Your Horizons
See why our region is one of the most bio-diverse places on earth at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Geek-out over the massive collection of aerospace innovations at the Pima Air and Space Museum. Find tranquility right in the center of town at the Tucson Botanical Gardens. Discover exotic animals from around the globe at the Reid Park Zoo.
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Dining in the City of Gastronomy
Tucson’s reputation as an innovative culinary destination means that our local restaurants are finding new ways to share the unique flavors of our region with their guests. Many remain open for take-out and delivery and for those looking to dine-in safely, Tucson’s signature climate means al fresco dining is still on the table.
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Stay Your Way
With new safety and cleaning protocols in place, Tucson’s accommodation providers are ready to welcome you. Find resort brands that you know and trust, independent hotels that pride themselves on exceptional service, and plenty of RV Parks and Campgrounds for the roadtrippers and #vanlifers out there.
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Pima County is Ready for You
Pima County has adopted a set of minimum protective health and safety measures for restaurants, bars, fitness centers, and hotel and resort pools to protect employees and the public from the spread of COVID-19. Participating businesses have pledged to adhere to these guidelines and are certified for compliance by the Pima County Health Department. When you see the “Ready for You” emblem it means that business is complying with the minimum COVID-19 safety guidelines required by the Pima County Health Department.
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