Good swimming hole.
Fat Tire Bike Shop
A mountain-bike rental place with hiking, mellow biking and vortex-gazing.
Red Rock State Park
Not to be confused with Slide Rock State Park, this low-key 286-acre park includes an environmental education center, a visitor center ,...
Oak Creek Brewery & Grill
Fortunately, this spacious brewery at Tlaquepaque Village will satisfy your post-hike drinking needs (although it closes ridiculously...
Shugrue's Hillside Grill
Promising panoramic views, an outdoor deck from which to enjoy them and consistently excellent food, this restaurant is a great choice...
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Elote Cafe information
Some of the best, most authentic Mexican food in the region. Serves unusual traditional dishes you won't find elsewhere, like the namesake elote (fire-roasted corn with spicy mayo, lime and cotija cheese) or the tender, smoky pork cheeks.
Reservations are not accepted, unfortunately, and the line can be off-putting, but if you want to guarantee dinner, plan to queue up by 4:15pm, or resign yourself to waiting with a white sangria or a good book.