If you’re new to the Tucson area, you may be wondering how to spend your first winter in the Old Pueblo. One of Tucson’s best-kept secrets: Oro Valley. Just six miles north of Tucson, this suburb is filled with nature hotspots, good eats and things to do.
When you’re spending your January in southern Arizona, there are hundreds of things you can do. But if you want to make your time special, venture up to Oro Valley and enjoy a slower-paced way of living for the day. Here are some things that’ll be fun for the entire family.
1. Visit Catalina State Park
Catalina State Park is one of Arizona’s many natural attractions, and the weather in January makes it perfect for a visit. It’s only $7 per vehicle, but it’s filled with trails, opportunities for horseback riding and campgrounds. You’ll see Arizona’s famous cacti up-close, too!
2. See A Show At The Gaslight Music Hall
If you’re an entertainment lover, Oro Valley has the perfect venue for you: The Gaslight Music Hall. The theater hosts live music and plays, and it’s small enough that it’ll feel intimate regardless of where you sit.
3. Eat At Harvest Restaurant
Harvest Restaurant is one of Oro Valley’s finest restaurants, and it’s a perfect stop when you need a break from the hustle and bustle of adventuring! The menu has something for everyone, and you’ll get a taste of our area’s local cuisine.
4. Explore Children’s Museum Oro Valley
Whether you have kids or you’re a child at heart, Children’s Museum Oro Valley will provide endless entertainment. With thousands of square feet of dedicated to learning and playing, it’s an ideal attraction to make an ordinary day exciting.
Whatever you choose to do in Oro Valley, My Tucson Movers hopes you have a great time! Our company is the premier choice for anyone in Pima County who needs a reliable, trustworthy moving service. Call us at 520-822-6140 or click here for a free quote.