Five Places to Take Your Meeting Outdoors
Yes, Tucson has great ballrooms and conference spaces, but why not get out under the sun?
With an average of 350 days of sunshine a year and mild temperatures in spring, summer, and fall, you can free yourself from traditional conference rooms and indoor meeting venues. Hold your events outside where you can enjoy great weather and beautiful views surrounding Tucson. Here are some scenic spots that are perfect for your next meeting.
7366 N. Paseo Del Norte
A small nature preserve and cultural museum in northern Tucson, Tohono Chul is surrounded by cacti, desert flowers, and local art. Hold your meeting in one of the gardens here and immerse your attendees in the beauty of the desert.
14301 E. Speedway Blvd.
Long before California surfers were calling each other “dudes,” dude ranchers were hosting guests out in the Wild West. Today, Tanque Verde Ranch continues the tradition, offering meeting spaces with stunning views of the mountains and lots of outdoor team-building activities.
2150 N. Alvernon Way
An oasis in the middle of the desert, Tucson Botanical Gardens, once named the best secret garden in America by Reader’s Digest. Have a conference or lunch among the verdant trees and plants of the garden.
Tohono Chul glows with twinkling lights in December.
Stardance Event Center
8110 N. Scenic Dr.
Bring a rustic, ranch feel to your meeting with this event pavilion out near Saguaro National Park. With plenty of space indoors and outdoors, you can host a meeting of up to 500 attendees in this scenic spot.
8600 E. Rockcliff Rd.
Luxury and beauty meet in the desert at this gorgeous resort and spa near the Santa Catalina Mountains. Hold your meeting, and then take a hike through the scenic canyon that gives the resort its name.