Our newest book, which includes Arizona Highways iconic photography and maps, is sorted by region and is written for car-campers and families. Detailed information about accessibilty, amenities and fees is included for each campground.
Note: Dates and activities could change. Before planning to attend events, phone for fees and to confirm days and times.
Hummingbird Banding at San Pedro House; June 1; Sierra Vista; 520-432-1388; www.sabo.org. Get an up-close look at the tiny birds as licensed banders catch, band, weigh, measure and release hummingbirds for research purposes.
Summer Art Cruise; June 1; Tucson; 520-629-9759; www.ctgatucson.org. Central Tucson Gallery Association members open their doors for a self-guided tour. Free.
San Pedro River Walk; June 1-29; Sierra Vista; 520-459-2555; www.sanpedroriver.org/fsprhome.shtml. Join docents from the San Pedro House on a 2-mile interpretive walk over easy terrain. Free.
Weird Plant Sale; June 8; Tucson;www.tucsonbotanical.org. Tucson Botanical Gardens hosts this quirky annual sale devoted to oddball plants and strange pottery from booths set up throughout the gardens.
Oro Valley Concert Series; June 13; Oro Valley; 520-797-3959; www.saaca.org/Oro_Valley_Concerts.html. Oro Valley Marketplace features the Greg Spivey Band, one of the most sought-after groups in Tucson. Free.
Father's Day Weekend Golf Classic; June 15; Tucson; 520-792-9985; www.childrensmuseumtucson.org. Loews Ventana Canyon Mountain Course hosts a fundraiser that benefits the Children's Museum Tucson.
Ghost Hunt of Old Bisbee; June 22; Bisbee;www.OldBisbeeGhostTour.com. Participate in an actual ghost-hunting experience, which includes a training session, use of equipment, investigations of haunted locations around town, access to the private blog and a potential evidence DVD.
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