What will we do in March the Tucson & Benson Arizona Area?

ImageThinking about living at Red Hawk at J6 Ranch? Owning your own property to build your custom home on? Wondering what in the world would I do in March if I lived and enjoyed the leisurely western lifestyle everyday?  Well, think about this…

What to do in March?  Well it is fabulous weather for sure…so hiking is in, golfing is in and biking is in, birds are flying around and building nest for your bird watchers, I guess that covers it for your athletic types out there, unless, of course, I have missed something.  If you lived near Tucson, say for example at Red Hawk at J6 Ranch you could run up to Phoenix for Baseball Spring Training that is going on right now!  Too bad, of course you just missed the Cowboy Poetry at the Bar-D ranch that is held every year in Benson,  and if you lived at Red Hawk you would be near to Benson Arizona Got Mud? Mud Run to be held in May.  You don’t know what that is?  Well you might if you lived at Red Hawk and roamed into Benson now and then.


March 8th you could attend the 32nd Annual Wa:K Powwow on 1950 W San Xavier Rd. Tucson. The annual gathering of the Tohono O’odham Nation features inter-tribal dances, hoop dance contest, drum contests, crafts and food vendors at Mission San Xavier del Bac.

March 15th, is the 27th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival  at 221 Sixth Ave in Tucson.  Be Irish for the day and enjoy the celebrations at the festival in Armory Park in Downtown Tucson. The annual one-hour parade begins at 11 a.m. at Stone Avenue and 16th Street and make its way through Downtown streets and ending at Armory Park.. The parade will feature Irish dancers and music, floats, bands, food and fun.

In any event, the thing is living at Red Hawk, buying your own land to build on, is a smart choice for you.  It is a good place to put your investment money.  Your home in Red Hawk will only appreciate in value.  If you want land now, but don’t want to build until later that is ok too.  We don’t set the requirement time for building.  That in itself is valuable. Lets say you are in your late 30’s, and you think Arizona is the place to buy land now, prices are very good, this project has done the infrastructure it is in at today’s cost, not 5 or 10 or 20 years from now cost, so this is the way for  you to go.  Lot prices start at $52,000 for 2.6 acres. Let me tell you a little story.

In the 1960’s I used to drive from Northern California to Tucson to visit family.  As I drove in on Interstate 10 and crossed the lonely barren desert west of downtown Phoenix, I would see for sale signs posted in the desert $100 per acre .  I used to think to myself who in their right mind would spend $100 on an acre of desert?  Well if we had crystal balls, we would all be rich.  All of that area I used to cross is inhabited over the years by developments, hotels, resorts, shopping centers.  Who knew?  Apparently not me.  The land at Red Hawk is a bargain.  Never mind the beauty of the landscape, the peace, the good energy that flows from the land, the wildlife at your door step, the fantastic and expansive mountain view from every point on your piece of the old west, it just makes good sense. Why do you think we have so many snowbirds in Arizona.  They all knew that is where they wanted to be at the end of the day.

Photo shown is Lot 192 who wouldn’t want that view!

CALL US NOW 800-797-0054 for information on our property or for a free brochure.

Comments are closed.