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Vista DE LA Sierra DE Dios Apartments for Rent

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Vista De La Sierra De Dios is located northwest of Tucson between Interstate 10 and the Tucson Mountain Range. The Interstate gives neighborhood residents easy access to all the amenities of a large city, including shopping malls, banks, and an airport. The Tucson Mountains provide residents with outdoor recreational opportunities. In Vista De La Sierra De Dios, many saguaro-studded lots provide an outstanding panoramic view of both the city and the mountains.

The local school district serving Vista De La Sierra De Dios is the Tucson Unified District, which includes Brichita Elementary, Maxwell Middle School, and Cholla High School. College students enjoy the proximity of Prima Community College.

West of the neighborhood, the Tucson Mountains provide five different trails for avid hikers that offer varying degrees of difficulty. The mountains are located in the Saguaro National Park West, a favorite area for western movies because of its forest of majestic saguaros. Old Tucson Studios offers residents an opportunity to spend a day in the Old West, watching reenactments of gun fights, movie reviews, and comedies.

Silverbell Golf Course is a reasonably-priced, private, 18-hole course with three tee boxes. El Rio Golf Course is a public golf course that features 18 holes of golf on mostly flat terrain. The course offers group or private lessons for the new golfers in the neighborhood.

Residents are not far from Greasewood Park, Tucson Mountain Park, or Sweetwater Wetland Park. Picnickers will enjoy the Juan Santa Cruz Picnic Area.

The International Wildlife Museum, displaying over 400 different kinds of animals, mammals, birds, and insects in their natural habitat, is open to the public. The facility can be rented for special occasions.

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