- TripBuzz found 36 things to do with kids in or near Tubac, Arizona, including 30 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Green Valley, Nogales, Patagonia and Sonoita.
- From Tubac Presidio State Historic Park to La Paloma de Tubac, the Tubac area offers 39 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Botanical Gardens, Gardens and National & State Parks.
- Situated on the Santa Cruz River, Tubac, AZ has a rich Native American and Spanish past. History and archaeology enthusiasts are sure to enjoy the Spanish Presidio remains that are preserved by the Tubac Presidio State Historic Park and the underground archaeology display. Tubac hosts two arts and crafts festivals each year that feature over 100 local and national vendors and artisans.
An open-air museum, Tubac Presidio State Historic Park used to be Arizona's biggest city. Among the places of interest in the area are the 17th century old excavated parts of the presidio plus a lively historic narration of Tubac's colorful past.
La Paloma de Tubac displays a collection of 10,000 items of Latin American folk art including collections of Mexican pottery, clothing and jewelry. They offer unique accent pieces and work with hundreds of artisans in villages from Mexico to Argentina.
Featuring three different courses with 9-holes each, Tubac Golf Resort is indeed a golfer's paradise with its scenic holes, island greens, water hazards and bunkers. After a day, golfers can relax and unwind at the resort's spa, resort room, putting green or the restaurant.
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1891 East Frontage Road, Tumacacori, AZ 85640 MoreLess Info
A historic site and park beautifully rolled into one place—that's the Tumacacori National Historical Park. Aside from its treasure trove of ancient documents spanning back to the Spanish times, the park also hosts annual events with traditional dancing and food feasts.
Established in the early 1800s, Historic Hacienda De La Canoa was a Spanish cattle ranch situated on 6,000 acres. Visitors can make a reservation with the foundation that is restoring the ranch to receive a walking tour of the grounds.