Fall in Tucson 2017
Fall in Tucson
Does it exist?
Since we typically don’t get many visual indicators that things are changing in Arizona during this season, it can be hard to tell that fall is actually here. Despite that, we’ve found lots of things we love to do and enjoy in the time in between the crazy, hot summer and the incredible, mild winter. If you arrived here from our newsletter, we've also entered you into this week's giveaway!
Check out our list of things we love about Tucson in the fall (in no particular order):
- TENWEST Festival (Use code WILWIL for $5 OFF)
The ability to slightly enjoy a hot cup of coffee again
Walking early in the morning or late in the evening when the air is crisp and cool
Wine tasting in Sonoita & Willcox Wine Festival
- Perfect patio weather for outdoor dining experiences
Butterfly Magic at Tucson Botanical Gardens
Tucson Modernism Week (happening right now!)
Pumpkin patch & corn maze at Apple Annie's Orchard.
Doors & windows open. Pretty much doors open all day!
Sitting outside on the front porch
Walking around University of Arizona campus
U of A sports are back! Can anyone say, “Bear Down”?
Tailgating at football games
Hiking and being out in the beautiful nature in and surrounding Tucson
Really missing a true fall season? Drive up to Mt. Lemmon to see leaves changing color (only an hour’s drive away from basically anywhere in Tucson).
Bonding with other Tucsonans when you see photos of social media from fall happening in other parts of the country...we're in this together!