Things to Do

Tucson is a wonderful place to relax and spend time in the outdoors. We have everything from hiking to golf and everything in between. Below are some of the things that you can do both right around South 40 RV Ranch and area that take a little time to get to. But we can guarantee any travel plans you make you will not regret!


In Tucson, every day is a great day to golf! Because of our mild climate, golf courses are typically open 350 days a year. Combined with our award winning courses, that is a recipe for a great afternoon any time of year!

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Hiking and Trails

Tucson sports five mountain ranges which for the most part are protected parklands. Tucson is more of a lush desert and offers quite a lot to see in trails, canyons, wildlife, local flowers and plants, bird-watching and much, much more. Take a stroll down some of our gentle trails and enjoy the unique Arizona sunsets first hand!

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Bird Watching

We are a birder’s paradise. Southeastern Arizona is an incredibly diverse eco-system that boasts over 500 species of birds, even specialty birds like Gray Hawk, Red-faced Warbler, and Vermilion Flycatchers. Hummingbirds can also be viewed year round! Not many places will allow bird watchers a chance to view up to 150 or more species in a single day.

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Local Shopping

Tucson is large enough to have just about every kind of store you would be used to seeing, but our local community markets have introduced a host of unique places to shop for art, antiques, jewelry and much more.

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Unique Sights

Below are some of the areas that you will need to schedule some travel for, but we find that they are well worth the journey to experience some of the things that are completely unique to this area!

Sonoran Desert Museum
Saguaro National Park
Gunfight at the OK Corral
Queen Mine Tours
Tucson’s Fox Theatre
Gaslight Live Dinner Theatre
Colossal Cave
Pima Air and Space Museum