Hidden Treasures in Tucson

Hidden Treasures in TucsonThe big attractions in Tucson draw big crowds for a reason. But sometimes, it's more fun to find little out-of-the-way places that aren't quite common knowledge and have a quiet charm that make them feel like they are completely your own. These "hidden treasures" may not be hidden for long, so enjoy them while you can.

Hacienda Linda
Hacienda Linda isn't your ordinary bed and breakfast. Hacienda Linda is situated on six acres alongside Saguaro National Park West which means there's a dazzling array of birds and wildlife that you may not see anywhere else. Hacienda Linda features an open floor plan, with the six bedrooms on the opposite side of the house for complete privacy. Amenities like WiFi, Tempurpedic beds and a full breakfast are available. Also, you can relax in the day spa and book a session with the massage therapist.

Address: 12646 W. Ft. Lowell Rd., Tucson, AZ 85743 - MAP
Phone: (520) 682-9827
Web: www.haciendalinda.com

Valley Farms
If you are trying to minimize the junk food you and your family eat and have decided that eating smarter is the way to go, then you won't want to miss a trip to Valley Farms. The farm will provide you with the opportunity to pick and purchase your own organic fruit. Choose from a wide variety of cherries and apples. They are open every day.

Address: Valley Farms, AZ - MAP
Phone: (520) 384-2861

Westward Look Resort
If you think that your stress level is so high that nothing can get rid of it, think again. You need to head to the Westward Look Resort. Located at the base of the Catalina Mountains, you will be able to escape on the various on-site trails, breathe in fresh air in the gardens and marvel at the 360 degree views. There is a restaurant and bar available, as well as Sonoran Spa that features desert-inspired treatments and therapies.

Address: 245 W. Ina Road, Tucson, AZ 85704 - MAP
Phone: (800) 722-2500 or (520) 297-1151
Web: www.westwardlook.com