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The Acacia Trails neighborhood of Tucson, Arizona lies between North Coachline Boulevard on the west and North Long Creek Road on the northeast. Demos Drive and Photos Drive are the main roads of the subdivision. Acacia Trails is in the 85743 zip code area of Pima County.

The neighborhood features neat one-story homes with attractive desert landscaping. A few trees dot the housing area. Sidewalks are available throughout the neighborhood and make walking safe, easy, and enjoyable. Other nearby subdivisions include Continental Ranch and Desert Traditions.

Acacia Trails is close to I-10 and I-19, which makes commuting to other sections of Tucson an easy task. Local landmarks include Avra Valley Airport and the Arthur Pack Regional Park. The park features numerous baseball fields with batting cages and an 18-hole golf course. Hiking trails and picnic areas are also available.

Another area landmark is the White Stallion Ranch. This recreational facility is also a working cattle ranch. Visitors can take advantage of the horseback riding or just relax around the pool. The ranch also has an inn that offers overnight lodging and nightly entertainment.

Additionally, the Tucson Mountain Park is close to the Acacia Trails neighborhood. This 20,000-acre park boasts 62 miles of trails which are popular among hikers, equestrians, and mountain bikers. The Gates Pass Overlook, also located in the park, has interpretive displays, scenic views, and wildlife viewing areas.

The Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church and School is a private school close to Acacia Trails. The school features a Pre-K to grade 8 program. It also boasts an extensive sports and Fine Arts program.


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3500 W Orange Grove Rd., Tucson, AZ 85741 Map

(877) 735-7215 Check Availability
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951 W. Orange Grove Rd., Tucson, AZ 85704 Map

(520) 369-5223 Check Availability
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