Tucson Homes Newsletter March 2022
Quick Market Update – Interesting Topics – And Upcoming Events In Tucson AZ!
Welcome to the Tucson Homes Newsletter March 2022
The Town Of Oro Valley, AZ Offers Great Lifestyle Choices
Oro Valley is a community north of Tucson, Arizona. It has a population of around 45,000. Oro Valley maintains a top position on the list of the best places to live in Arizona.
Notable publications list it as one of the best places in America.
Oro Valley offers residents modern suburban lifestyle with lots of amenities. Parks, play grounds, aquatic center and community recreation facility with golf are available to residents.
The public schools in Oro Valley offer strong academic programs.
To learn more about what make Oro Valley a great place to live…..TAKE A LOOK!
Where To Camp In Oro Valley —- Catalina State Park Of Course
Catalina State Park has 120 campsites that have electric, water, and are either tent or RV ready.
The campground is in the shadows of the famed Catalina Mountains in Oro Valley. The location provides a vibe of a remote setting, but it is close to many amenities.
Native birds and wildlife abound and make your camping trip a memorable experience.
To learn more about the Catalina State Park or reserving a spot…….GO HERE!
El Corral Restaurant – A Dining Experience That Takes You Back To The Old West
El Corral Restaurant opened in 1926. It held the reputation as the first restaurant/cafe/tavern east of Oracle Road.
The El Corral you dine in today is in the same building. To no ones surprise modifications took place over time.
In 1939, the owner of El Corral Cafe, Leroy C. Perkins, subdivided land into Los Ranches Perkins.
The first dwellings built were guest cottages for a seasonal ranch. In 1946, the business name changed to El Corral Night Club, owned first by E.H. Bruening. The “Nightclub” name continued through the 1950s.
Agro Land and Cattle Co., Inc. obtained the restaurant in 1975. They continue the proud traditions started so long ago.
If you are thinking Prime Rib, check out El Corral…….HERE!
Gardening Tips For Spring
Warmer weather is on the way so adjust your drip-irrigation system to accommodate.
Do not fertilize your citrus trees when flowering. Always water before applying any fertilizer.
Wait until April to cut back frost damaged citrus, bougainvillea and lantana.
Now is the time to remove mistletoe from mesquite trees.
37th Annual Tucson Folk Festival – Apr 1 – Apr 3, 2022
52nd Annual Fourth Avenue Spring Street Fair – Apr 1 – Apr 3, 2022
Tombstone Rose Festival and Parade – Apr 8 – Apr 10, 2022
Oro Valley Concert Series: Connie Brannock & Little House of Funk – Apr 14 – Apr 14, 2022
Arizona International Film Festival – April 20 – April 30, 2022
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