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Hotel Options in Tucson

    La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Tucson Airport

    La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Tucson Airport

    7001 S Tucson Blvd, Tucson, AZ, 85706
    The price is $109 per night from Feb 26 to Feb 27
    $109
    per night
    Feb 26 - Feb 27
    4.1/5 Very Good! (1,466 reviews)
    Hotel McCoy - Art, Coffee, Beer, Wine

    Hotel McCoy - Art, Coffee, Beer, Wine

    720 W. Silverlake Road, Tucson, AZ, 85713
    The price is $131 per night from Feb 13 to Feb 14
    $131
    per night
    Feb 13 - Feb 14
    4.7/5 Exceptional! (1,799 reviews)
    3 Palms Tucson North Foothills

    3 Palms Tucson North Foothills

    7411 N Oracle Rd, Tucson, AZ, 85704
    The price is $104 per night from Feb 14 to Feb 15
    $104
    per night
    Feb 14 - Feb 15
    4/5 Very Good! (2,486 reviews)

Farm Vacations

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Make your next vacation something different. Spend it in rolling hills, fresh breezes and plenty of peace and quiet. Enjoy just the right amount of activities to keep you busy—but not too busy to stop and take some selfies with the family. When you book amazing farmstay accommodation in Tucson, you’ll have the time of your life. 

Choose agritourism for your best vacation yet
Agritourism is a hot travel trend, and here’s why. You get to stay at a working farm or guest ranch, enjoying all the benefits of the countryside (like that fresh air we mentioned). Your host will be a local, giving you all the inside tips on things to do in Tucson. However, you may never want to leave your cozy accommodation. Tucson farmstays could include everything from educational activities to home-cooked meals. Collecting eggs from a chicken, or picking grapes straight off the vine? Sure thing!

Tucson agritourism is popular with families, and it’s easy to see why: Digging in the dirt is every kid’s favorite pastime. This is one place where it’s not only encouraged, but part of your itinerary. The little ones will love learning about crops and how the farm works, as well as the regional history of Tucson. Get your teens into cooking classes, farm tours or just helping out around the land. They’ll be so tired at the end of the day, they might even put their phones down. Now that’s a family vacation to remember!