Enjoy Activities in our Big Club House
Big Screen TV
Scheduled game nights
Two Pool Tables
In Our Craft Room
Sit and Sew
Scheduled Classes on Computers
In Our Pool and Spa Building
Heated Spa and Pool
Self-directed exercise equipment (use at own risk)
Around the Park
Other Close By Places to Explore
Tombstone Arizona is a living town
with a rich and colorful history. Many of the Wild West's most famous characters
called Tombstone their home at one time or another. Museums, Shows, Historic
Sites, Jeep tours, Trail Rides and Places of Interest will give you a glimpse
into the Wild and Turbulent past that was once TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA TERRITORY.
Home of Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday and the OK Corral. Other famous sites include
Boot Hill, Crystal Palace Saloon and the Tombstone Epitaph.
At the base of the Tucson Mountains is a preserved slice of
Americana, Old Tucson. Passing through the gates of a western frontier town,
visitors from around the globe are transported back to a time when fearless men
with six shooters ruled the Old West and the setting for the more than 300
movies and television productions filmed at the location since 1939. This
town was built in 1939 to resemble Tucson of the 1860s for filming the movie
classic "Arizona". Shootouts are staged daily in the streets for visitors and
the town is still being used for films and TV shows.
Gammons Gulch Western Town
The San Pedro Golf Course,
owned and operated by the City of Benson, is an 18-hole championship course
located 30 miles southeast of Tucson, Arizona. This unique facility has six
sets of tee boxes that allows for play from over 7,300 yards all the way down to
3,500 yards. Hence, it offers a quality golfing experience at an affordable
price for players of all skill levels.
The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
The mission of the Arizona-Sonora
Desert Museum is to inspire people to live in harmony with the natural world by
fostering love, appreciation, and understanding of the Sonoran Desert.
Located in the Tucson Mountains just west of Tucson. A self-guided tour through
a naturalistic setting featuring live plants and animals of the Sonoran Desert.
Colossal Cave, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, had been used for centuries by prehistoric peoples when it was "discovered" in 1879. Since then it has been the object of interest and attention by people ranging from train robbers to a President of the University of Arizona. The first tours were taken through the unimproved Cave in 1923, tours which involved ropes and lanterns.Located at the base of the Rincon Mountains, Colossal Cave is one of the largest dry caves in the world and maintains a year-round temperature of 72 degrees. Gift shop and tour available.
Mission San Xavier Del Bac Mission the "White Dove of the Desert"
A National Historic Landmark, San Xavier Mission was founded as a Catholic mission by Father Eusebio Kino in 1692. Construction of the current church began in 1783 and was completed in 1797.The oldest intact European structure in Arizona, the church's interior is filled with marvelous original statuary and mural paintings. It is a place where visitors can truly step back in time and enter an authentic 18th Century space. The church retains its original purpose of ministering to the religious needs of its parishioners.
Mount Lemmon Recreation and Ski Area
Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley is located in Mt. Lemmon, Arizona, with 21 ski trails served by three lifts. Mt. Lemmon is located about an hour from Tucson and is typically open from December until mid-April. Facilities include a ski lift, which also operates during the summer months as a tourist attraction. Numerous picnic areas and hiking trails.
Pima Air & Space Museum, where history takes flight, is one of the largest air and space museums in the world, and the largest non-government funded aviation museum. You'll see more than 300 aircraft and spacecraft including many of the most historically significant and technically advanced craft ever produced, both from the United States and throughout the world.
Experience the beauty of one of the most unique Southwestern desert canyons on a Sabino Canyon tram ride. Sabino Canyon is a natural desert oasis located in Tucson’s Coronado National Forest and is home to spectacular desert landscapes and abundant wildlife. Sabino Creek flows year-round and supports a variety of trees and lush vegetation. A large picnic area, visitors center, hiking trails and beautiful scenery make this one of Tucson's favorite retreats. Shuttle bus service 365 days a year and a 45 minute narrated tour.Saguaro National Park (East & West)
Both areas contain some of the richest stands of Saguaro Cactus in Arizona. Giant saguaro cacti, unique to the Sonoran Desert, sometimes reach a height of 50 feet in this cactus forest, which covers the valley floor, rising into the Rincon and West Tucson mountains. Since 1933 this extraordinary giant cactus has been protected within Saguaro National Park. 128 Miles of Trails, Picnic Areas and Scenic drives exist in both sections.
Visitors can observe nature in a controlled state at this world-famous steel and glass research center where desert, forest, ocean and other ecosystems are monitored and studied A totally self-contained ecosystem. Scientists use the Biosphere to see if humans can indeed live in an artificially contained habitat that would either be present in space or in a hostile environment.
San Pedro Resort Community
1110 S. Highway 80
Benson, AZ 85602
Toll Free (877) 235-9100
Phone (520) 586-9546
Fax (520) 586-1093
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