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Simply Cozy Two Bedroom

SuperhostTucson, Arizona, Estados Unidos
Casa inteira hospedado por Jeffrey
4 hóspedes2 quartos2 camas2 casas de banho
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Limpo e higienizado
Este anfitrião se comprometeu com um rigoroso protocolo de higienização desenvolvido com os principais especialistas em saúde e hospitalidade. Saiba mais
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Ótima localização
93% dos hóspedes recentes deram 5 estrelas à localização.
This home is in a very large Mobile Home Park. This Park is a community of 55 and Older . Nestled against the beautiful Tucson Mountains. Lot's of mountain bike trails and walking trails. You will need a community pass to access the Large heated pool, Tennis courts, Gym, a Private 18 hole golf course and other services. The Golf course has an additional charge for its use. The pool and the community center is located in the center of the park, which is nearby approximately 3/4 mile away

O espaço
Tucson Estates Park is 1700 units. Our neighbors are wonderful. You can look up Tucson Estates Mobile Home Community in Tucson Arizona.

Acesso dos hóspedes
There is a golf cart available. This way you can explore the neighborhood. Keep in mind it is an 'old slowwww' golf cart. There is Cable and internet. You can connect your own laptop, Netflix, Hulu, etc. There is Chrome Cast connected to the back of the TV.

Outras coisas a ter em conta
Explore Southern Arizona

Within a short driving distance of your unit, there is plenty to see and do. Click on (Please ask me for the URL- web address) to see a complete calendar of events for things you may have never tried or may want to do over again.
For your convenience we have highlighted a few potential options below:

Arizona Sonora Desert Museum
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Stroll the nearly two miles of walking paths throughout the beautiful desert landscape on this 98-acre world-renowned botanical garden, zoo, aquarium, natural history museum, and art gallery. At the museum, you may spot 230 animal species and 1,200 types of plants. Get up close and personal with coyotes, javelina, reptiles, and mountain lions. Come enjoy lunch on the patio or unwind in the peaceful butterfly garden.

Saguaro National Park
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This National Park has been set aside to protect the nation’s largest cacti, the giant saguaro, found in only a small portion of the United States and also a universal symbol of the American west. Experience all the wonders of this National Park - the majestic views, an interpretive center, picnic areas, and driving and hiking trails.

Tucson Mountain Park
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Bordering Tucson Estates, this 20,000 acre County park boast of nearly 62 miles of non-motorized, shared-use trails and many picnic sites for wildlife viewing. Besides hiking, biking, and horseback riding, other amenities include a campground, shooting range, and archery range. Sunsets from Gates Pass are indescribable.

Old Tucson
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Beyond its rich film history as the location for more than 300 movies and TV shows, Old Tucson is Southern Arizona’s premiere location for an Old West experience. This movie studio and theme park features Living History Presentations, Historic Tours, Shows, and Special Events! Take a guided trail-ride around the 40-acre property! Don’t forget to check out the spook-tacular Nightfall during the month of October.

Casino del Sol Resort & Casino
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The Pascua Yaqui Tribe hopes that you will come visit Casino Del Sol, southern Arizona’s premier entertainment and gaming destination with nearly 1,000 slot machines and live blackjack, poker, and bingo. Guests can choose from a number of restaurants and bars that feature live entertainment. Watch the schedule for world-class entertainment at AVA Amphitheater and book a tee-time at the picturesque Sewailo Golf Course.

Kitt Peak National Observatory

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Clear skies and low humidity make Arizona an ideal site for stargazing, drawing scientists and researchers from around the world. Located just 56 miles southwest of Tucson, this world-renowned observatory touts the world's largest collection of optical telescopes and has contributed to numerous scientific discoveries. And the best news is it is open to the public.

Broadway in Tucson
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Presented in collaboration with UA Presents at Centennial Hall, individual tickets for the next season go on sale in the fall.

The Seasons of the Sonoran Desert

Most days are sunny with approximately 360 days of sunshine per year. The amount and seasonality of rainfall are defining characteristics of the Sonoran Desert. Because of the 2300 foot elevation in Tucson, there is usually a year-round 30 degree differential between daytime and nighttime temperatures.
Spring
Springtime is a perfect time for outdoor activities. It brings warm temperatures and mostly dry, windy weather to the desert. Triple digits are usually hit for the first time by the second half of May. Depending upon the winter rains, the desert comes alive with color as most desert plants bloom throughout the springtime season.
Summer
From July to mid-September, the summer monsoon brings surges of wet tropical air and frequent, but localized, thunderstorms. Beware of flash flood warnings, lightning / thunderstorms storms, and micro-bursts of extreme localized winds. The UV index is dangerous during the mid-day, but early mornings and evenings are usually comfortable and a great time to be outside.
Fall
As the summer temperatures starts to drop again and the monsoon weather pattern changes, Tucson residents breathe a sigh of relief. It is amazing how 90 in October does not seem nearly as hot as 90 in May. It is probably some of the best autumn weather in the country and brings visitors from the north back to the Sonoran Desert.
Winter
Winters are relatively mild; most areas rarely experience frost. From December to March frontal storms from the Pacific Ocean occasionally bring widespread, gentle rain to the area. The Tucson Valley may experience 1 or 2 light snowfalls per year, just enough to make it exciting. Traveling from the desert floor to Arizona's "sky islands" can take you from comfortable a swimming temperature to a snowy peak in just a few hours. Tucson boasts of the southernmost snow skiing in the U.S.
This home is in a very large Mobile Home Park. This Park is a community of 55 and Older . Nestled against the beautiful Tucson Mountains. Lot's of mountain bike trails and walking trails. You will need a community pass to access the Large heated pool, Tennis courts, Gym, a Private 18 hole golf course and other services. The Golf course has an additional charge for its use. The pool and the community center is…

Camas

Quarto 1
1 cama queen
Quarto 2
1 cama de casal

Comodidades

Cozinha
Wifi
Ginásio
Estacionamento gratuito nas instalações
Jacuzzi
TV por Cabo
Piscina
Espaço de trabalho adequado para portátil
Televisão
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Tucson, Arizona, Estados Unidos

On the outskirts of Tucson Arizona lies the best keep secret of the desert southwest. Tucson Mountain Park. Tucson Mountain Park has some nice mountain bike trails and walking trails. A couple of trails start less than a quarter-mile away from your stay. Also the entrance to the Tucson Mountain Park is less than a mile. The Desert Museum is straight down the road from our house and it is an extremely gorgeous drive and only seven miles away. The drive is another reason to visit Tucson. It is the High Desert Saguaro's that is the talk of the town. The Casino Del Sol is only about 3.5 miles away.
On the outskirts of Tucson Arizona lies the best keep secret of the desert southwest. Tucson Mountain Park. Tucson Mountain Park has some nice mountain bike trails and walking trails. A couple of trails start…

Hospedado por Jeffrey

Membro desde julho de 2012
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Not a partier. Very out going. Married. Like to spend time in the room working on the computer.
Durante a sua estadia
Lily and I live less than a mile away. If we are home, Lily or I will be able to help you with driving instructions, local events and talk to you about the nearby towns. Feel free to call us.
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Proibido fumar
Não é adequada para animais de estimação
Não são permitidas festas ou eventos
Saúde e segurança
Comprometido com o protocolo avançado de higienização. Saiba mais
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