Southeast Tucson: includes Corona de Tucson and parts of Vail

All About Living in Southeast Tucson, Arizona

A helpful guide to Southeast Tucson for newcomers and native Tucsonans, alike. The Tucson Metro area consists of a whopping 9,189 square miles. This guide is to help you narrow down what area of Tucson you’d like to live in based on your lifestyle. Learn about the history of the area, about some of the popular neighborhoods, what amenities and services are located here, and search homes for sale in Southeast Tucson. Your questions are welcome! Hello@RealTucson.com

Top 5 Reasons to Live in Southeast Tucson:

  • Within nationally recognized Vail School District
  • Close to Santa Rita Mountains
  • More rural lifestyle
  • Accessible to I-10
  • Peace and quiet

General Location:

Southeast Tucson as defined by the Tucson Multiple Listing Service (MLS) is south of I-10, west of the Marsh Station Road freeway exit, north of parts of Camino Aurelia, and east of Wilmot Road.

The zip codes used in the area include 85629, 85641, and 85756.


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Description of Southeast Tucson

Southeast Tucson is a rural area where a few suburban neighborhoods have been developed in recent years. A neighborhood of masonry homes was developed in the 1960s through the early 1980s. A few townhome developments were built in the 1980s.

In the more rural portion of the area, manufactured homes on an acre or more are quite common.

During the housing boom of the early 2000s, home builders looking to build affordable homes sought land to develop a few suburban neighborhoods in the Corona De Tucson area.

Voyager is a popular 55+ neighborhood consisting of single family homes, townhouses, and manufactured homes.


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  • Corona de Tucson
  • Voyager Resort
  • Vista Montana Estates
  • Sycamore Park
  • Sycamore Canyon
  • Sycamore Springs
  • Sonoita Ranch

Southeast Tucson Attractions and Amenities

Public Parks and Recreation

There are a few neighborhood parks within a few communities (for instance Sycamore Park and Sycamore Canyon Park) but no public parks in the southeastern part of Tucson.

Pima County Fairgrounds

Pima County Fairgrounds hosts a variety of events and concerts including the Pima County Fair.

Each spring the Pima County Fair comes to town
Each spring the Pima County Fair comes to town

Car Racing Tracks

There are 4 car racing tracks all located near the Pima County Fairgrounds: Tucson Dragway, Tucson Speedway, Tucson Kart Speedway, and Musselman Honda Circuit.

Arizona Trail

The Arizona National Scenic Trail is 800-mile long path for non-motorized use, running from Mexico to Utah. It goes through southeast Tucson.

Shopping

There’s a hardware store in Corona De Tucson, as well as a gas station/convenience store, along with a few locally owned restaurants. But most shopping and services are accessible on Houghton north of I-10 or by traveling west on Sahuarita Road near I-19.

Area Healthcare and Hospitals

The rural area does not have any hospitals or healthcare offices within it. Instead, most healthcare would be a drive into Tucson or Sahuarita. Northwest Medical Center Sahuarita would be the closest.

Southeast Tucson Schools

Southeast Tucson is serviced by Vail School District, a well regarded public school district.


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