If you are seeking a thrilling adventure in Oracle, check out Tucson Adventure Rentals. They offer a number of rental ATVs and all the parts needed for your own outdoor toys. Book online or stop in before your off-road adventure.
The San Pedro River is the last major riparian ecosystem in southern AZ. It is the most important north-south migratory bird flyway within Arizona and harbors one of the richest fish, reptile, amphibian, and mammalian habitats in the nation.
The Copper Corridor is home to beautiful sections of the renowned Arizona Trail. Take the opportunity to explore different trails and sights scattered throughout the trail as you also explore the surrounding communities. Check out the Arizona Trail website for an overview of the trail and the approved activities to enjoy.
Explore the Copper Corridor in the Mescal Mountains. Venture through the expansive terrain in areas ideal for novices and trails for experienced riders looking for a challenge. Prepare for your OHV adventure and unwind in nearby Kearny.
This public golf course in Kearny has been operating since 1961 and always provides guests with an enjoyable golfing experience. Print out your scorecard before your outdoor outing on the 9-hole golf course.
Mammoth and San Manuel are the entrance to the Galiuro Mountains with over 75,000 acres covered in oak, pine, and maple trees. Although difficult to navigate, this area provides the perfect opportunity for solitude in the wilderness.
9,410 acres of untouched beauty just waiting to be explored. This pristine wilderness is surrounded by towering cliffs and flowing water. Be sure to grab a permit for the opportunity to go hiking or camping in this Arizona treasure.
Copper Corridor travelers that enjoy fishing should check out this local treasure for a relaxing and peaceful escape. Grab your fishing essentials before heading out to spend the day on the lake catching some Largemouth Bass.
Adventure hides around every corner in the Copper Corridor, and this zipline is no exception! What was originally a cattle ranch has been transformed into a unique experience from the sky tucked into the breathtaking scenery of Mt. Lemon.
This stunning state park is a great place to experience the outdoor beauty of the Copper Corridor. Come to unplug and explore the 4,000 acres of Catalina Mountains on a scenic hike, mountain bike ride, or a Southwest stargazing session.