Arthur Pack Regional Park offers a remote desert feel while staying pretty close to town. The park is named after Arthur Pack, an extremely successful businessman who fostered a great amount of nature conservation in the Southern Arizona area. The park is open dawn to 10 PM daily. Specific info is available at https://webcms.pima.gov/cms/One.aspx?pageId=1359
Way Out West Ranch is a small, family owned self-funded horse rescue offering guided trail rides, horseback riding lessons, and more to fund their rescue operation.
Did you know Way Out West Ranch offers lessons? Ages 7-100+ can start learning to ride today!
Are you tired of bowling? Darts? Pool? You might want to swing by Splitting Timber https://splittingtimber.co
Located at 6401 W Marana Center Blvd. Ste 125A, Tucson, AZ 85742, in the Tucson Premium Outlets Mall, Splitting Timber is less than 10 miles (about 15 minutes down I-10 East from Marana, maybe a bit less from the Gladden Farms area.)
You can take a tour around the world, petting zoo style, by visiting Rooster Cogburn's Ostrich Ranch in Picacho, Arizona, a mere 25 minute drive north of Marana. Critters from around the world are there, available to pet and hand feed.
Located on the eastern edge of the Catalina Mountains, Arizona Zipline Adventures offers a unique way to experience and savor our desert environment, up to 80 feet above the surface.
With a history starting with Juan Batiste de Anza in 1700 on his march to San Francisco, El Rio Preserve is now a walkers destination. Paved walking and biking trails, and graveled walking trails surround a former gravel pit. The area contains many educational/informational signboards.
Looking for a chance to go back in time a little bit? Back to the Old West? How about a trail riding session at one of the premier facilities in Southern Arizona. If riding well cared for and well trained rescue horses appeals to you, Way Out West Ranch is your destination.
Way Out West Ranch is a small, family owned equestrian facility, featuring well cared for rescue horses (and other rescue animals.)
Over the past few decades, Paintballing has gone from a niche pasttime to a highly popular hobby and a preferred team development tool for companies large and small. Marana, AZ is home to two highly regarded paintball operations, Disruptive Paintball on Tangerine Road and BKW Paintball on Sanders Road.
Disruptive Paintball, Inc.
The Tortolita Mountains around the town of Marana are full of hiking trails, Native American petroglyphs and ruins, and a host of cactii. Tortolita Mountain Park also includes equestrian trails, dog friendly trails and mountain biking trails.
Southwestern Arizona is known for its warm climate most of the year. That and recent trends toward craft brewing in Arizona mean you can find excellent craft beers all over the state, particularly here in Pima County. Located right in Marana at 12130 N. Dove Mountain Blvd., Marana, AZ 85658, Dove Mountain Brew Pub serves craft beers and gourmet food.
Serving a rotating list of the best craft beers from various craft breweries in the Greater Tucson area, Dove Mountain pairs these with gourmet quality food offerings.
The Tucson & Marana, Arizona area is very horse-friendly. The beautiful Sonoran Desert ringed by mountain ranges in every direction takes one on a dream ride through "Cowboy Country". The "Old Pueblo" awaits.
There are many great horse properties for sale in Marana, Arizona, and Tucson, Arizona area. Marana, AZ sits about 20 min NW of Tucson.
Marana, Arizona is a very nice, NW suburb of Tucson, Arizona. There are 17 golf courses in and around Marana, AZ. There are 6 golf courses in the town of Marana. The other 11 golf courses are located under 20 miles away. Marana, Arizona is a golfer's paradise.
Also, Marana has many golf course communities with great homes currently for sale. https://www.maranahomesaz.com/marana-golf-homes-over-500k/ and https://www.maranahomesaz.com/marana-golf-homes-250k-500k/
Several homes in the town of Marana have popped up for sale in the past couple of days. Each of the houses is listed between $100,000 and $145,000.
At long last, a Mexican restaurant that has been eyeing a location in Marana for months has finally opened its doors for business.
Guadalajara's has officially opened a new location in Marana, modeled after- and serving the same classic menu items as- its original locations in the city of Tucson.
With all the construction of new developments in the town of Marana comes a simple explanation: there's more demand for housing because there are more people. And the town is obliging by increasing the supply.
According to a report recently released by Redfin, the town of Marana- and more specifically, its zip code of 85658- is the second hottest neighborhood to live in in the state of Arizona.
Marana Market Place will soon carry one of the flashiest amenities of all- a Tesla charging station. Imagine that; customers of any of the shopping center's tenants who drive a Tesla will be able to charge it while they're doing their shopping!
The new charging station at Marana Market Place will be able to accomodate up to 16 Teslas at once, in the shopping center's parking lot. The charging station will be the third in the Tucson area.