Live Exclusively in Dove Mountain on a Larger Lot and Splendid Views
14910 N Dove Canyon Pass
Lot Square Footage
Dove Canyon Pass
CANYON PASS III AT DOVE MOUNTAIN LOT 179
Nearby Cities and Attractions
You must visit Tubac, a historic village and destination for the arts. The Tubac Visitor Center is located at the Tubac Presidio State Historic Park and Museum, 1 Burruel Street in Old Town Tubac. Call (520) 398-2252 for more information. Art galleries, museums, enchanting shops, and jewelry stores await your visit, as does clean air in a beautiful high desert rural environment. For your dining pleasure, Tubac is graced with family-owned restaurants offering outstanding cuisine and service, for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Margaritas, cocktails, and fine wines readily await you. Tubac Golf Resort and Spa, old time inns, and B&Bs offer a soothing and relaxing atmosphere for your overnight comfort. Spa and facial treatment services are available in Tubac.
Hiking trails along the Santa Cruz river offer leisurely walks among majestic trees and greenery. Country roads offer vistas and open space for bicycling, and of course, golfing at the 27-hole course at the Resort.
A day in Tubac seems a wonderous dream, walking among galleries, paintings, sculpture, ceramics, and photographs. The unique regional fashion, leather, crafts, antiques, and jewelry beckon your senses and eyes to the beauty and craftsmanship of yesterday and today. The Village atmosphere takes you a world away from urban life. Whether you come for the day or stay overnight, you will simply love Tubac.
Mt Lemmon Scenic Byway – Tucson
Approximately an hour drive from Tucson’s city center, Mount Lemmon is a favorite day trip and camping spot for Tucsonans. It’s a beautiful outdoor escape – ideal for hiking, biking, rock-climbing, picnicking, sunset-watching, and sledding/skiing. Fun for the whole family!
Typically 20-30 degrees cooler than Tucson, so you can find cooler temperatures there in the summer and a beautiful layer of snow in the winter, along with vibrantly colored leaves in autumn. With a summit of 9,159 feet, Mount Lemmon is the highest point in the Santa Catalina Mountains. The mountain was named for botanist Sara Plummer Lemmon, who trekked to the top of the mountain by horse and foot in 1881.
Mt. Lemmon is a peak in the Catalina mountain range, surrounded by Coronado National Forest. To reach Mt. Lemmon from Tucson, turn off of Tanque Verde Road onto Catalina Highway. Take Catalina Highway as far up the mountain as you desire to go! On your way up the mountain, you may want to stop at Windy Point Vista (Mile Marker 14). This popular lookout point has bathrooms and is a terrific spot for photos.
PGA Golf Course at Dove Mountain and surrounding areas
Tucson — a home for professional golf for decades — offers a wide variety of courses and experiences, all set in the beauty of the Sonoran Desert.Dove Mountain is home to three distinct golf clubs with some of the best golf courses in Arizona. Imagine stepping out your back door and onto a Jack Nicklaus designed fairway or walking from your front door to the first tee box. New golf course homes are available with views of the 27 hole course at The Golf Club at Dove Mountain and the two 18 hole courses at The Gallery Golf Club. Both The Golf Club at Dove Mountain and The Gallery Golf Club hosted The World Golf Championships Accenture Match Play Championship and offer a unique and challenging experience for those new to the game and those who’ve played for years.