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Organize your next trip to the wonderful destination of Catalina Foothills. You will be able to find this community located on the north side of Tucson in Pima County of Arizona, United States of America. Situated on the south of the Santa Catalina Mountains, this community has a population of 50,796 inhabitants, making it a great destination if you want to experience Arizona in a mid-size city.Vacation rentals in Catalina Foothills
There are plenty of spectacular rental locations with breathtaking views to choose from while you visit Catalina Foothills. Imagine waking up in the morning and eating your breakfast on the patio as you admire the Santa Catalina Mountains. Spend the afternoon going on a run around the natural landscape that surrounds your accommodation. Invite friends over for dinner in your large dining room. These are some of the opportunities waiting for you in the Catalina Foothills.
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The area and getting around
Making your way to the Catalina Foothills will be quite easy. If you want to make your journey by car, the main roads with access to the Catalina Foothills will be the I-10 from the north and southeast, and the I-19 from the south. You will also have the possibility to make your journey to the Catalina Foothills by bus with the Arizona Shuttle, Greyhound Lines and the Crucero USA lines. If you wish to fly to the destination, the Tucson International Airport will be the closest airport which provides commercial flights for domestic and international routes.Where to eat in Catalina Foothills
You will be able to choose from many different eateries while staying in the Catalina Foothills. Head over to the Zinburger if you want to have a casual lunch. This local eatery will provide you with a scrumptious variety of burgers including beef, chicken and vegetarian choices. On the other hand, for a more upscale dinner, head to Vivace. This is known to be the best Italian restaurant in the area, with the red and white table cloth and a friendly staff, the restaurant will serve you authentic Italian dishes.
Travelers and activities
There are plenty of ways you can explore the glorious outdoors of Catalina Foothills. With a total of five mountain ranges around the area, you will be able to find over hundreds of miles of trails to hike and explore. One of the most popular hiking places can be found at the Saguaro National Park, here you will be able to choose from the East and the West trail, both are suitable for hikers of all levels. Another great outdoor activity to do is going biking. For the more avid bikers, head to The Loop. This 131-mile of car free network of multi-use trails is the ideal place to go on a bike ride and discover the Catalina Foothills and Tucson area.Family friendly activities in Catalina Foothills
If you are planning to make your trip to the the Catalina Foothills a family vacation, try out these activities all together. On a cloudy afternoon, head over to the Wild Katz. This children’s adventure playground has an indoor playground, an arcade and a delicious indoor pizzeria. Another great spot to visit is the Bear Canyon Ranch and Petting Zoo. This place will give you the chance to feed, pet and learn about the local animals.
Did you know that the formation of the Santa Catalina Mountains dates back to 35 million years ago?
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Sabino Canyon is a popular recreation area located in the Santa Catalina Mountains and the Coronado National Forest. This park will provide you a place to walk, hike or ride.2. DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun
This gallery is situated in the Sun Historic District and it gives an artistic manifestation and architecture created by the renowned artist Ettore DeGrazia. You will be able to stroll through art pieces which date back to 1965.3. Finger Rock Trail
Take a hike around the canyons. This trail offers one of the most direct routes that go into the Catalina Front Range. You will be able to admire beautiful views and rock formations.4. Rillito River Park
Spend an afternoon at the park. This stunning waterfront park is located just by the city and it will provide you with plenty of picnic areas, a greenery to lay on, as well as soft and hard trails to walk on.5. Tucson Petting Zoo and Funny Foot Farm
Go hang out at the zoo. This family-run zoo has everything from small to exotic animals. You will be able to pet and feed kangaroos, otters and plenty other animals.