Is renting a vacation home in Sierra Vista expensive?
The price per night in Sierra Vista starts at $55.
How many vacation rentals are available in Sierra Vista?
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Sierra Vista Information
About Sierra Vista
Arizona is most famous for the Grand Canyon, however, small cities like Sierra Vista are hidden gems that pack a punch in beauty and ease. Nicknamed as the “Hummingbird Capital of the U.S.”, Sierra Vista is just south of Tucson and is surrounded by stunning mountains perfect for hiking and exploring. Travelers come from around the world for bird watching, stargazing and trail hiking in Sierra Vista—book your trip to southern Arizona today!
Things to do in Sierra Vista
Spanish for “Mountain Range View,” Sierra Vista lives up to its name with its panoramic views. Just a little over an hour south of Tucson, Sierra Vista has dozens of hiking trails to explore. One of the most popular is the Murray Springs Interpretive Trail, which goes in a one-mile loop and can be covered in wildflowers in the spring. You can also take a hike or bike ride to the Brown Canyon Ranch Museum, which has mementos of the Old West. Bird watchers flock to multiple sites in Sierra Vista to see golden eagles, acorn woodpeckers and much more. Check out Carr Canyon or Coronado National Monument for some great views, and don’t forget to bring your binoculars!
Day trips from Sierra Vista
There are several neat places that are great to explore during your trip to southern Arizona! Tombstone is just 30 minutes from Sierra Vista where you can see a historic ghost town that is still bursting with life. Marvel at the night sky at Kitt Peak National Observatory in Tucson or visit Saguaro National Park for cacti that reach up to six feet tall! Tucson is also home to the Colossal Cave Mountain Park and several historic missions like the Mission San Xavier del Bac.
Sierra Vista accommodations
Staying in Sierra Vista has never been easier with vacation rentals from Tripping. Whether you’re looking to stay a day, a week or a month, we will have a vacation rental to fit and exceed your needs. From luxury condos to southwestern style homes, a retreat to Sierra Vista will be a breeze. Camping is also available around Miller Peak including the Ramsey Vista and Lakeview Campgrounds.
Transportation in Sierra Vista
The Tucson International Airport is the nearest airport to Sierra Vista with about an hour’s drive south. You can rent a car at the airport or take a shuttle to and from Sierra Vista. Getting around Sierra Vista is best by car; however, the city also has a reliable bus system. Biking is also an option to get around the town and explore trails.