Mead Acres Apartments for Rent
The Mead Acres neighborhood is located at the end of King Street, in the stretch of desert between the city of Tucson and the Coronado National Forest. Since horse training is prevalent, the neighborhood has a large training arena between the homes, as well as a number of nearby training facilities. Mead Acres is in the 85749 ZIP code.
A meandering dirt road twists down from East Tango Verde Road to the north of the neighborhood. On the eastern side of the community, residences extend to North King Road. North Houghton Road is on the west, while the southern boundary is a bend in North King Road as it starts to head west.
Even with the emphasis equine activities, it is not all about the horses in this neighborhood. There is plenty of family recreation nearby. Raven’s Golf Club at Sabino Springs is to the north, and the Cactus Forest Trail Head of the Saguaro National Park to the east attracts visitors interested in hiking. The Rolling Hills Golf course is to the south, and the El Dorado Country Club is to the west of the Mead Acres community.
The neighborhood has a wide breadth. The newer homes in the community were built during the 1970s and early 1980s. Many others, however, remain akin to larger ranches that remain a legacy in the community.
Although the Mead Acres area is relatively close to Tucson, it feels like range country at times. Due to the washouts on many roads during the rainy season, many residents feel the need to buy trucks.