Village of Tubac is a fun RV Short Stop when kicking around south central Arizona with friends

As part of our recent winter wander down to Rio Rico, Ariz., to visit with snowbird friends Kevin and Jane Justis, we were treated to a day of sightseeing (including the Tumacacori National Historical Park) and shopping in the historically interesting Village of Tubac.

Dating back to at least 1691, today Tubac,  boosts more than 100 eclectic shops, galleries and eateries. This internationally-known arts and crafts colony, with numerous historic sites, hosts a variety of special annual events perfect for the RVing snowbirds: Festival of the Arts (February); Art Walk (March); Anza Days (October); Art Experience (November); Luminarias (December).

To read more about this fun side trip click on RV Short Stops.

Photos: Jimmy Smith checking pottery on the outside (top) of Tubac, Ariz., General Store … while Jane Justis checks out merchandise on the inside. (Julianne G. Crane)


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