The feeling of isolation and the resulting anxiety that we felt during the pandemic put a renewed focus on the quality of our lives. More and more of us sought out safe and… Read more »
To know Tucson is to love its culinary traditions, some dating back thousands of years. Worldwide, our remarkable “foodie” culture has not gone unnoticed. In 2015, Tucson was designated the very first U.S.… Read more »
What could be better than creating a community of friends in a place as stunning as Dove Mountain? For one couple from Chicago, this is a dream that is now coming true. In… Read more »
Follow any Sonoran Desert hiking trail in mid-March through late April and you’re sure to discover a brilliant painter’s palette of wildflowers. Each year, the springtime display varies depending on late autumn rainfall.… Read more »
During our mild and sunny winters, birding is extremely popular at Dove Mountain. It gets us outdoors, it’s relaxing and it’s a great way to refresh our spirits. More than that, birds are simply fascinating to observe as they communicate, compete, feed and flirt with each other.
Desert Gastronomy If you are a foodie, you delight in telling friends and visitors that we were the first city in the nation to be designated a United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural… Read more »
We’re blessed with a clean, dry climate Residents of Dove Mountain and throughout southern Arizona enjoy a clean and dry climate which happens to be one of the main ingredients for glorious sunsets.… Read more »
Going native In Dove Mountain, the landscapes around our homes reflect the look and feel of our desert surroundings. Landscapes facing outward from our homes feature native plants like saguaros, cholla, mesquites, palo… Read more »