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Tubac’s national treasure (access required)

Welcome — The arch leading into the Tubac Golf Resort, once the site of the Otero family’s fruit and cattle ranch.While surviving the fluctuating population of southern Arizona, an Apache attack and the Civil War, the property currently known as the Tubac Golf Resort has grown up and developed with the state. More than 200 years ...

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