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Red Hills Visitor Center

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2700 N. Kinney Rd., Tucson, AZ 85743-9719
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MerelyATourist wrote a review Oct 2020
941 contributions143 helpful votes
My wife and I visited here in early November last year prior to a two-night stay in Tucson. We saw a lot of Saguaro cacti during our drive from Phoenix and the subsequent drive to Tucson after we left the visitor's center, but those we saw here were particularly memorable. The center is an excellent venue to see them and to learn more about them. In fact, it was so compelling we spent a little too much time here, which reduced the amount of time we could spend at our next waypoint.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Robby G C wrote a review Oct 2020
Toronto, Canada69,612 contributions1,658 helpful votes
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I liked the Red Hills Visitor Center. It prepared us for cacti and we learned way more. We learned the names of the cacti. We learned about protective clothing. The Visitor Center was attractive as well. We learned of the skins of animals. That was great! Be careful with killer bees. Unpredictable weather during monsoon. Take protective clothing Take a lot o water. That was good to know. Thank you.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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95TuscsonGal wrote a review Jul 2020
Tucson, Arizona12 contributions2 helpful votes
A great place to unwind, be in touch with nature, and explore. The cacti are impressive and so large, the vicitor center has great views, the hiking is marvelous. A nice gift shop as well. Hopefully all will open soon and will come back soon.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Sue B wrote a review Apr 2020
12 contributions5 helpful votes
Great place to see so many cactus up close and personal. It is worth a visit if you are near Tucson. We saw many of these on our drive near Globe, AZ to the Tucson area but never as close a view as the park provides. They are fascinating. There is a nature walk near the visitors center as well that is nice with information about native cactus that grow in the area. A ranger-led talk is available at certain times also.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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charliespal2 wrote a review Mar 2020
Palm Harbor, Florida483 contributions120 helpful votes
Average size 'gift shop' for Saguaro Swag. The unique items are jams made from cactus -otherwise the usual mix of shirts, hats, mugs etc found in every Park Visitor Center. Docent/Ranger talks are informative and recommended. Pay for driving loop entrance in the Visitor Center....no seemed to check whether or not you have a pass but it's good to contribute to the upkeep nonetheless. Worth a stop but not for time.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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