Springtime in Dove Mountain
Wildflowers, birds and spectacular sunsets
Springtime in Dove Mountain brings with it a multitude of opportunities for fun, fitness, fine cuisine and exploration. With daily temps in the 70s and 80s, Sonoran Desert wildflowers are blooming, birds are migrating, and residents are enjoying local trails, cycling, playing tennis and golf, quiet reflection and more.
Leisurely spring days in Dove Mountain often begin with early morning walks on desert trails, an afternoon round of golf, and enjoying patio dining and an incredible Sonoran Desert sunset. Once the sun sets, it’s time to star gaze.
If you’re in the mood for more active pursuits, like running, hiking or mountain biking, Dove Mountain boasts a network of interconnecting neighborhood paths, as well as nine nearby mountain trails ascending Tortolita Mountain Park. In all, there are 50 miles of trails.
Dove Mountain, via new bike lanes on Tangerine Road, connects with the famous Tucson “loop” bike path, a 131-mile, car-free network of desert and paved trails perfect for novice to experienced cyclists. Cycling is great for fitness, sightseeing and stress relief.