The Tubac Country Inn celebrates it's 21st year. Over the years Tubac has changed-yes our streets are paved and not all the business owners are artists-but it still has a very devoted group of residents that love Tubac the way it is: A tight knit group of gallery owners, still some working artists and yes, very much a walking village with no corporate America. A friend from Boston says "when he comes to Tubac he doesn't know if he's in Mexico or the US"-it's that timeless and authentic.
Many think we are just an artist community and shopping comes to mind, but the scenery is stunning-almost a New Mexico feel with puffy clouds drifting across the sky, mountain hues changing from lavender to blue and one of the largest stands of Fremont Cottonwood trees growing along the Santa Cruz river in the United States. Let's not forget the history-Tubac was on it's way to being the largest town in Arizona prior to the Civil War. Our altitude is at 3400 feet so yes, our day time temperatures can warm up, but the evening and mornings are heavenly.
Please join us for a visit-bring a friend, a partner or just yourself for an unforgettable southern Arizona experience.
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