Tierra Del Paraiso Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Tierra Del Paraiso is a neighborhood located south of Tortolita Mountain Park and west of Catalina State Park and the Santa Catalina Natural Area, which are established in the Santa Catalina Mountains. The community is on the north end of the city of Tucson, south of Picacho Peak State Park. It paints an interesting desert scene, full of rich earth tones, stark rock formations, and deep canyons.
Interstate 10 is the main thoroughfare, running west from California into Phoenix, south through Tucson, and turning east into New Mexico. Tierra Del Paraiso is a few miles east of Interstate 10, between Arthur Pack Regional Park and The Fairways at Tucson National, both positioned only minutes away from the community.
Outdoor recreation opportunities in the mountains surrounding the neighborhood include hiking, biking, and camping. Mount Lemmon Observatory, Butterfly Peak Natural Area, General Hitchcock Picnic Area, and Rose Canyon Lake are popular destinations in the Santa Catalina Mountains. Canyons and trails create the rugged scenery of Tortolita Mountain Park.
Picacho Peak is the historical site of the Battle of Picacho Pass, which took place during the Civil War in 1862. Picacho Peak State Park has electric campsites and showers, hiking trails leading to the top of Picacho Peak, modern amenities like a playground, a gift store, and exhibits, as well as historical markers and Civil War reenactments. It is located less than an hour north of Tierra Del Paraiso.
Arthur Pack Regional Park is one of Tucson’s premier nature sites, featuring three ponds and vast amounts of wildlife. Numerous species of animals and plants have habitats in the park. It is a place where people can escape the noise of the city, and it is located only a few blocks from Tierra Del Paraiso.