Saguaro National Park
Resources & Nearby Attractions
Cities & Towns
Benson, Arizona: 46 miles east.
Wilcox, Arizona: 82 miles east.
Casa Grande, Arizona: 63 miles north.
Phoenix, Arizona: 116 miles north.
Tubac, Arizona: 52 miles south.
Nogales, Arizona: 64 miles south.
Tombstone, Arizona: 71 miles southeast.
Ajo, Arizona: 129 miles west.
Yuma, Arizona: 237 miles west.
(Mileages are from Tucson)
Parks & Monuments
Saguaro National Park West: 12 miles west of Tucson.
Saguaro National Park East: 13 miles east of Tucson.
Tucson Mountain County Park: 10 miles west.
Picacho Peak State Park:50 miles north.
Catalina State Park 20 miles north.
Casa Grande National Monument: 80 miles north.
Tumacacori National Historic Park: 46 miles south.
Chiricahua National Monument: 120 miles east.
Tubac Presidio State Historic Park: 42 miles south.
Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park: 71 miles southeast.
Recreation & Wilderness Areas
Buenos Aries National Wildlife Refuge: 40 miles southwest..
Sabino Canyon Recreation Area: At the northeast edge of Tucson.
Coronado National Forest: Surrounds Saguaro East.
Cochise Stronghold Recreation Area: 77 miles east.
Historic & Points of Interest
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum: 12 miles west.
Old Tucson Movie Studio: 12 miles west.
Tucson Mineral Museum: Tucson.
Biosphere 2 Center: 17 miles north.
Kitt Peak National Observatory: 39 miles west.
Coronado National Memorial: 105 miles southeast.
Fort Bowie National Historic Site: 117 miles east.
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