Situated within Arizona’s scenic Rincon Valley, Coyote Creek is a luxury Tucson housing community making up approximately 1,000 acres. With its location adjacent to beautiful Saguaro National Park, plenty of outdoor activities await you steps from home. Aside from the nearby national park, however, there are plenty of other outdoor activities and adventures to enjoy in Rincon Valley and Tucson’s surrounding areas.
Area Bike Tours
Bike tours are a popular attraction across Tucson, offering you an excellent opportunity to take in the area’s natural wonders. Whether you already own a bike or wish to rent one, there are plenty of biking trails throughout Tucson—as well as places like Pedego Electric Bikes—where you can conveniently rent an electric bike for a leisurely ride through the scenic area.
Air Balloon Tours
What better way to take in the majesty of the mountains than with an air balloon tour? Several local businesses offer these tours seven days a week, including the famous Fleur de Tucson and Foolish Pleasure Hot Air Balloon Rides.
At either of these locations, you can enjoy a relaxing hot air balloon ride and picnic as you learn more about the area from knowledgeable and friendly tour guides. Be sure to take advantage of their available sunrise and sunset tours for a truly stunning view!
Ample Hiking Trails
There is no shortage of great hiking trails in the area, including some located right inside Saguaro National Park (adjacent to the Coyote Creek development). You may also want to check out the famous Ventana Canyon Hiking Trail and Tucson Mountain Park, where you can hike up to Gates Pass and be rewarded with breathtaking views. In addition to hiking, Tucson Mountain Park also offers plenty of scenic pull-outs for vehicles, camping, picnic areas, and even gun and archery ranges.
The Reid Park Zoo
Whether you’re moving to the area with little ones or are interested in area wildlife, the Reid Park Zoo is a must-see attraction. This zoo features a wide range of exhibits and animal enclosures with plenty of greenery. Still, the zoo itself is small enough to be easily walked and explored over the course of a single day. During your visit, you’ll have the opportunity to see many animals up-close, including giraffes, elephants, and even anteaters!
Learn More About Coyote Creek
This is just a sampling of some of the many outdoor activities you can enjoy nearby when you live in beautiful Coyote Creek. Whether you enjoy physical activities like biking and hiking or prefer something a little more laid back, you have no shortage of options.
Learn more about what Coyote Creek and the surrounding Rincon Valley has to offer. With custom lots starting at just $85,000 and custom homes in Tucson starting at $470,000, it’s easy to envision yourself living in this scenic development. Contact us today to find out more or to schedule your appointment with our realty and development sales office.