Vail is the center of future growth and development in the Metro Tucson Area. The school district has been rated one of the best in the State. Although Vail covers a large East, Southeast area of the Tucson Metroplex, access to the city center, Davis Monthan Air Force base and many shopping opportunities are convenient and traffic seems to be less congested. Home of two National Parks, Colossal Cave, and Saguaro National Monument East, Vail has many recreational opportunities for all age groups. Here is a short video on the future growth in Vail.
Rincon Valley Farmers Market, where you can find locally grown produce, artisanal products, baked goods, and handmade crafts.
Colossal Cave Mountain Park: Located just east of Vail, Colossal Cave Mountain Park offers guided cave tours, nature trails, picnic areas, and horseback riding.
Agua Caliente Park: This park, located northeast of Vail, features a historic ranch house, ponds, and natural hot springs. It's a great place for birdwatching, picnicking, and exploring the desert environment.
Community Events: Keep an eye out for community events and festivals that may be organized in Vail, such as holiday celebrations, art fairs, or local gatherings.
Santa Rita Mountains: The Santa Rita Mountains, located south of Vail, provide opportunities for hiking, birdwatching, and wildlife viewing. Madera Canyon in the Santa Ritas is known for its diverse bird species and hiking trails.
Golfing: Vail is in proximity to several golf courses, where you can enjoy a round of golf in a scenic setting.
Tucson Attractions: Vail is conveniently located near Tucson, Arizona, which offers a wide range of attractions. You can explore museums, visit the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, enjoy shopping and dining in downtown Tucson, or attend cultural events and festivals.