Bucket List Dreams – Tucson Mountain Park

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Tucson Mountain Park is the true Arizona desert experience. Tucson Mountain Park is pure picturesque desertscape heaven. Numerous cacti call Tucson Mountain Park home. The plants thriving here come in many different sizes and colors. Some of the ultimately cactus varieties include the Prickly Pear Cactus, Barrel Cactus, and Saguaro Cactus. The Saguaro Cactus can grow to over 40 ft. tall and is one of the Sonoran deserts most prominent cactus plants!



Tucson Mountain Park


Tucson Mountain Park


Tucson Mountain Park


Tucson Mountain Park is located within the Sonoran Desert and Saguaro National Park. The mountain park can be explored by paid admission to enter the park, or by taking the scenic route. The scenery is beautiful and commands your full attention, and your silence, to fully appreciate the handiwork that it took to create such a desert masterpiece. I completely fell in love with the landscapes, and you will too!

Tucson Mountain Park


Tucson Mountain Park




With All My Love,

~The Vintage Gypsy


“Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you really love. It will not lead you astray.” –Rumi

12 Replies to “Bucket List Dreams – Tucson Mountain Park”

  1. Oh Arizona! Im crazy for cactus too and would love to go to Arizona one day. Cactus calms me and they’re easy to manage. My daughter usually takes her of our cacti. Indeed one of the places on my bucket list too. ❤

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    1. I love cacti as well. There’s something so special about watching such beautiful desert flowers and plants grow out of the hardened earth. And my daughter also loves them and cares for her cactuses and succulents.


  2. Tuscon Mountain Park looks gorgeous. I am completely obsessed with all the different cacti. I’m going to have to see how far away this is from Las Vegas!

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  3. I always love the beautiful photos in your posts! I have been to Arizona, but never to this park. It looks like a really great place to visit!

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