Colonial Trails Apartments for Rent
Colonial Trails is just south of West Speedway Boulevard, and West Anklam Road circles the neighborhood from west to east. The secluded Arizona neighborhood is on the far west side of Tucson.
The neighborhood is known for having many desert trails that residents use to explore, walk dogs, and enjoy Southwestern sunsets. The hilly terrain makes for scenic views of the Catalina Mountains and the Tucson Valley.
Church of the Painted Hills is a four-minute drive from Colonial Trails. Residents can drive west on Speedway Boulevard to Gates Pass for 13 minutes to reach the Old Tucson Movie Studios, which are used year round to film movies and television. Old Tucson is open for tours and Wild West entertainment. Visitors can ride the C.P. Huntington Train or opt to pan for gold. The studio offers trail rides, and visitors can marvel at the beauty of the Southwestern desert.
Greasewood Park is a great place to view desert wildlife. Visitors can usually spot coyotes and javelina in Anklam Wash. Bird watchers and photographers will delight in Greasewood Park. The park is only two miles from Colonial Trails.
Pima Community West College Campus is only a six-minute drive from Colonial Trails. Students can bike to campus and take in the splendid scenery along the way.
The upscale but rural neighborhood of Colonial Trails affords residents a quiet yet beautiful place to live. The community is about 20 minutes from downtown Tucson, so residents are close to shopping, business, and attractions but can enjoy peaceful star-filled nights.