Tucson RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Tucson, Arizona

No matter what your preference, you'll be thrilled with what this snowbirding destination has to offer.

Rincon Mountains

Paul McCartney’s Arizona ranch

RVers aren't the only ones who like Tucson. One of the Beatles spent many happy days there as well.

This isn’t the only cactus you’ll spot when you visit Tucson, Arizona.

Complete the trifecta of terrific sights in Tucson, Arizona

Dan Gibson, Visit Tucson director of communications, offers up three stellar sights to see and a trifecta of events worth checking out in Tucson, Arizona

A seguaro cactus with buds.

The best local flavours to be found in Tucson, Arizona

The city of Tucson, Arizona, is the United States’ first UNESCO City of Gastronomy. Here’s what earns Tucson its title. 

A golf course green with mountains in the background in Tucson, Arizona

A taste of luxury in Tucson, Arizona

 The Starr Pass Golf Course in Tucson, Arizona, offers a first-class hotel and a PGA golf course.

turquoise jewelry pieces

Jewels and gems make for a dazzling snowbird destination

Tucson hosts gemstone and jewellery shows that appeal to snowbirding RVers.

A gorgeous, colourful sunset is seen from Palm Creek in Arizona.

Snowbirding is all sun and fun in Arizona and Texas

You can spend the whole winter in one resort, or be adventurous and embark on inspiring day trips during your stay!

Hiking trails in Tucson Arizona

Tour Tucson and have an adventure

Planning to RV in Tucson? Make time to enjoy historical walking tours and scenic hikes.

A gray hawk perched on a dead tree
Casa Grande

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is where your wild side comes face to face with wildlife

Fall in love with young ocelots that rest their sleepy heads on rocky ledges, watch Harris hawks swoop down and graze the top of your head, and come face to face with an inquisitive mountain
lion at the Desert Museum.

by Jena Jones
Photo courtesy Denis Begin

Tucson will tantalize your tastebuds

Try out these top-rated restaurants and find out why Tucson is a foodie favourite.

A streetscape of an Old Western town with a  large yellow hotel

Old Tucson Studios features Hollywood magic in the Old Western genre

Old Tucson Studios will entertain your family with movie nostalgia

by Jena Jones
One of the largest prehistoric structures ever built in North America, the purpose of the

Day trip to Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

Visit one of the largest prehistoric structures ever built in North America, just 48 miles from Mesa, Arizona.

by Karen Kornelsen
Dillinger re-enactment

The legend of John Dillinger

Tucson, Arizona, is where one of the most notorious criminals of the 1930s was captured.

Nuremberg Turn of the Century Kitchen,
Moritz Gottschalk, ca.1909, Germany. Found in the History Gallery, this miniature was intended to teach young girls useful homemaking skills.

Transport yourself through time in Tucson

The Mini Time Machine: a Museum of Miniatures offers a big world of small delights.

by Karen Kornelsen
5 bikers on Peak-a-View trail in the Flagstaff Nordic Center, Arizona.

Top 5 bicycle trails in Arizona

Whether you’re looking for that dirt trail to kick up some dust or a more leisurely outing, here are five places to pedal as fast or as slow as you like.

by Jackie Dishner
Park homes at Rincon Country RV Resort

Enjoy the good life and meet new friends at Rincon Country RV Resorts

With entertainment, relaxation and incredibly friendly staff, Rincon Country RV Resorts are ideal for the active and independent senior.

by Kimberly Schoenberger
The people of Tucson celebrate their local cuisine with pure passion.

The celebration of food in Tucson, Arizona

Between the Best 23 Miles of Mexican Food, the Tucson Originals and the downtown dining evolution, Tucson, Arizona, has a lot to offer travellers.

by Karen Kornelsen

RV-friendly businesses near Tucson