Horseback Riding in Tucson

Horses are an important part of Tucson history, and riding is the best way to get out and see the desert. Here are two stables in the Tucson area that offer trail rides as well as specialty tours, such as a “campfire ride” or “moonlight ride.”

Tucson’s Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

This is the best place to learn about both the general structure and the minute details of the surrounding desert, and probably your only realistic chance to see all of the unique creatures that call it home. Discover more about this world-famous museum and zoo.

Discover Tucson: A True Southwestern Experience

Tucson has grown from an adobe-hut village on the far edge of the Spanish frontier into a major Sunbelt city, and yet Old Pueblo has held on to the disparate cultural ingredients that have made it one of North America’s most unique destinations. Local Tim Hull shares how to find the true Southwestern experience in Tucson, as well as information on where and when to go.

Moon Tucson

Freelancer and Tucson resident Tim Hull shares his advice on the best Tucson has to offer—from the Tucson Mountains and Rincon Valley to Adobe architecture and desert dude ranches. Hull provides unique trip ideas for a variety of travelers, including Tucson With Kids, The Old Pueblo on a Budget, and Outdoor Tucson: Hiking from the […]

Summer Travel to Tucson: Fun from Dawn to Dusk

Never too fast or ambitious, life in Tucson slows way down during the summer months, which run from around May through at least September. While it may seem surprising because of the overwhelming summer heat, this is a wonderful time to visit the Old Pueblo.

Moon Arizona

Freelance writer and news reporter Tim Hull offers up the best of Arizona, from rafting down the Colorado River to exploring the art galleries of Sedona. Tim includes creative trip strategies, such as Driving the History of Arizona and Feel the Heat: A Romantic Summer Weekend in Phoenix. As an Arizona native, Tim guides travelers […]

My Favorite U.S. City: San Diego, CA

What really clenches San Diego’s place in Arizona resident Tim Hull’s heart forever is the sea air. In the summer, there’s nothing better than a mini-break in San Diego to escape the dry, quiet, hot desert.