There are so many things to do and see in Tuscon
that make people from all over Arizona and the U.S. decide to settle into an apartment in the area. In addition to the urban lifestyle - the unique eateries, light nights, music and museums - that so many residents enjoy, the Grand Canyon State's second-largest city also offers gorgeous natural scenery in the clay-colored hills that surround it. To keep the city nearby but get closer to some even more spectacular views, many people choose to live in one of the city's suburbs, and apartments in Green Valley, Arizona, have become particularly popular.
Those who rent Green Valley apartments have a wealth of outdoor activities right at their fingertips, all year round. The hiking routes that snake through the sandy desert trails, lined by cacti and beset by rocky cliffs, are a lasting image of the American Southwest. Apartments in Green Valley are located right near the Mount Hopkins Observatory, as well as the Anza National Historic Trail, which follows part of the route that Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza II took from the Mexican border, through Arizona to San Francisco. In addition, the small town of Arivaca, known for its quaint schoolhouses and the fishing in Arivaca Lake, lies right around the corner.
People with apartments in Green Valley who have a fear of heights should not be left out of the sight-seeing. These residents can instead choose to go underground to the Kartchner Caverns to snap some pictures of another local attraction.
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