- Our list of the best things to do in Green Valley, Arizona, features the top 42 nearby activities — including 20 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Green Valley, AZ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sports & Fitness, and Food & Drink.
- The results below include the top 14 things to do within the city of Green Valley, AZ , followed by 28 popular activities in nearby cities, including Tubac, Tucson, Sonoita, Tumacacori, Elgin and Patagonia
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Between Mile Marker 324 & 325 On N Side of Sr 90 E, Sierra Vista, AZ 85635 MoreLess Info
Environmental Operations Park is a 640 acre park with over 50 acres of constructed wetlands. The park's main attraction is the abundant bird and wildlife, and as such the park provides a 1,800 square foot wildlife viewing platform.
38612 S Mule Deer Road, Marana, AZ 85658 MoreLess Info
The Way Out West Ranch offers a variety of equestrian services. Services include boarding for horses as well as guided trail rides suitable for riders of all skill and experience levels. Proceeds from trail rides go to rescue horses.
A movie theater with 10 auditoriums, Cinemark 10 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, self-service ticketing, a game room and a concession area with food and drinks.
95% 91 votes
1763 Paseo San Luis, Hereford, AZ 85635 MoreLess Info
The area aims to protect and enhance the desert riparian ecosystem and provide habitat for species of migrant and wintering birds. Visitors can enjoy birdwatching, visiting pre-historic and historic sites, hunting, primitive camping, horseback riding, guided hikes, and biking.
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BLM Business Office, 1763 Paseo San Luis, Sierra Vista, AZ 85635 MoreLess Info
Containing nearly 57,000 acres of land, the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area is a location that preserves and protects the local ecosystem. Visitors to the area commonly enjoy birdwatching, camping, hiking, and many other activities.
Hosting musical performances, Arizona Folklore Preserve offers visitors a chance to learn about Arizona's cultural history through song. One of the performers dresses up like a cowboy while reciting poetry.
Brown's Canyon Trail leads the hikers into a small canyon, opening to the view of the city. While there are some trails which are easy enough for any hiker, there are also a few difficult ones because of their inclination.
Built by early settlers to the region, Brown's Canyon Ranch offers visitors a nature trail that loops through historic buildings while providing picturesque views of the surrounding canyons. On the trail, visitors can spot swallows, phainopeplas, and more.