Oro Valley is a suburban town in Pima County, Arizona. With a population of more than 41,000, the town is also called the "Upscale Tech Mecca" of Southern Arizona because it houses over 10 high tech companies. It is also considered to be one of the country's best places to live. So why not visit the city with a bus charter on Oro Valley, Arizona?
Visit the Steam Pump Ranch in the heart of the city. This ranch dates back to the mid-1870s and is in the process of being preserved by the town. The ranch, which includes several original buildings, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Speaking of ranches, there's also the Romero Ranch. The large ranch was established in 1844 and was one of the first cattle ranches near the Santa Catalina Mountains. Its ruins are in Catalina State Park.
You should also ask your bus charter in Oro Valley, Arizona to drive you to the Honey Bee Village, where the Native American Hohokam Indians had lived. This small community began to settle in the foothills of the Tortolita Mountains around 500 AD and Oro Valley has preserved the ruins at the original site on the far north side of town.
You may also want to see the Canyon del Oro High School, which is an established community center for the town.
If you want to enjoy the great outdoors, the Catalina State Park should be first on your list. The park has a number of hiking as well as backpacking trails, including Nature Trail, Romero Canyon Trail, Romero Ruin Trail, Sutherland Trail, Birding Trail, Bridle Trail, 50-Year Trail, and Canyon Loop Trail. There are also specific trails that are open to equestrians as well as trails that connect with other trails in Coronado National Forest. Then there are several campgrounds here, too.
The Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance plans and organizes arts and cultural events in town, including the annual Jazz Festival, the Cultural Concert Series at Steampump, the Oro Valley Festival of the Arts, Food Art & Wine Fest, the Winter Artisan Market, Arts in the Park, and the Indian Art Fair.
Oro Valley Aquatic Center, meanwhile, has an Olympic pool, a play pool, and a water slide for children.
If you want to play a round of golf, you can go to Oro Valley Country Club, a private championship golf facility that has been home to many tournaments since it opened in 1959.
You can also try the Golf Club at Vistoso, which is nestled between the Tortolita and Santa Catalina Mountain. This premiere golf course is surrounded by breathtaking views and maintains an immaculate facility.
Other golf courses are The Views Golf Club and the Golf Villas at Oro Valley.
You may also want to head to Kitt Peak National Observatory a few minutes from the city. The observatory is where you can find the largest solar telescope in the world.
A bus charter in Oro Valley, Arizona gives you comfort and convenience as you tour the city. Book one now by calling BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012.