Pueblo Gardens Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Pueblo Gardens is a medium-sized, rather densely populated community of Tucson. East Silverlake Road serves as the northern border and northernmost point of Pueblo Gardens, while East 36th Street serves as the southern border of the neighborhood. Fairland Stra makes up the eastern border of the community. South Kino Parkway serves as the western border of Pueblo Gardens.
The Reid Park Zoo, a top tourist attraction of Tucson and a great draw for local families, is just a mile northeast of Pueblo Gardens. It’s a non-profit, 17-acre zoo that’s owned and operated by the city of Tucson. With hundreds of animals in its care, the zoo is an entertaining and educational experience.
The Pueblo Grande Park is located in the southern portion of the Pueblo Gardens neighborhood. The neighborhood itself is named after this medium-sized, lush park, which is popular with both families and dog walkers. The Quincie Douglas Park is bigger park that lies just beyond the border of Pueblo Gardens.
As a particularly family-friendly community, there are many quality schools in proximity to Pueblo Gardens. It’s served by the Tucson Unified School District. The neighborhood’s own Pueblo Gardens Elementary School, which takes its namesake from the community, ranks highly academically. The Utterback Magnet Middle School, the Holladay Intermediate School, and the Highland Free School are all near Pueblo Gardens.
Learning opportunities in and near Pueblo Gardens only begin in the classroom, though. The Tucson Children’s Museum is just over two miles northwest of the neighborhood, as is the Arizona State museum. The Tucson Museum of Art, Etherton Gallery, the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum, and the Jewish History Museum are within a three-mile radius of the community.