Entrada at Sabino Springs Apartments for Rent

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With its wide, walkable sidewalks and well-maintained landscapes, the community of Entrada at Sabino Springs offers residents a peaceful haven. Homes in this quiet community have expansive views of the Santa Catalina Mountains and rugged desert terrain.

Home designs in Entrada at Sabino Springs tend toward Adobe-style houses built in the 2000s. Entrada at Sabino Springs encompasses zip code 85749. The community is bounded by East Sabino Greens Drive on the north, North Sabino Springs Drive on the east, East Snyder Road on the south, and North Bowes Road on the west. Much of Entrada at Sabino Springs consists of housing, but there are a few eateries, shops, and service establishments.

Of the many appealing aspects of Entrada at Sabino Springs is the Arizona National Golf Course, which sits to the north of the community. Built in 1995, the golf course overlooks the Santa Catalina Mountains and meanders through native desert terrain such as mesquite-lined arroyos, giant saguaro forests, scenic rock outcroppings, and nine natural springs. Outside of Entrada at Sabino Springs to the southwest is the McDonald District Park. This 38-acre public park includes a general use area and an off-leash dog park. The general use area includes volleyball and basketball courts, football, baseball, and soccer fields, batting cages, a playground, picnic areas, and hiking and biking trails. The dog park lies behind the ball fields and offers trees, shade, and plenty of grassy areas for dogs to roam. There is a section for large dogs, and another for smaller breeds.

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8665 E Speedway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85710 Map

(520) 329-4114 Check Availability
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1050 North Camino Seco, Tucson, AZ 85710 Map

(520) 505-2097 Check Availability
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8601 E. Old Spanish Trail, Tucson, AZ 85710 Map

(520) 365-3982 Check Availability
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