Oro Valley Timeshares For Sale
Oro Valley is one of the most picturesque towns in Arizona. Called the Upscale Tech Mecca because of the tech companies popping up, it is a fast-growing town about a half-hour from Tucson with a population of more than 41,000 residents. You'll find outdoor attractions and a charming and historic downtown welcoming you when you buy one of the top Oro Valley timeshares for sale available here at BuyaTimeshare.com.
Steam Pump Ranch is a popular tourist attraction that is one of the oldest buildings in town and on the National Register of Historic Places. Romero Ranch is also popular because of the great hike to get there and the artifacts left behind. You can play a round of golf at the nearby Hilton resort and enjoy a game of tennis. You should also make the drive to Catalina State Park, which has more than 5,000 acres that you can explore. For the best Arizona vacation, take a look at some of the top Oro Valley timeshares.
Festivals and Fun
A good time to visit Oro Valley is during one of the annual festivals such as Musical Magic for Kids. Held during the winter, it allows kids to head into a local theater and watch performances designed just for them. During the Independence Day celebration in July, you can watch the fireworks and hear live performances from the Tucson Symphony Orchestra. There is also the Oro Valley Music Festival, which features a lineup of major artists and bands. Gavin DeGraw and LeAnn Rimes are among those played the festival in the past.
When to Visit Oro Valley
The best time to visit your Oro Valley timeshare is in late spring. This city shares a similar climate as Tucson, which sees warm and pleasant weather in the spring. Some prefer the late fall and visit in either September or October. That is a good time to visit for baby boomers and couples because the kids are in school. The weather in the spring includes temperatures of 50 to more than 80 degrees Fahrenheit and less than an inch of rain. Fall temperatures range from the high 50s to the low 80s. During the scorching summers, days can hit 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher.