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GUIDE INFORMATION R Resort Amenities So many things here for you to do! NORTH PANTANO ROAD TUCSON, AZ (520) Welcome to Tucson! AEROBICS ART GROUPS AQUA GYM BILLIARDS BINGO BOCCE BALL CARDS CHORUS COMPUTER CLUB CRAFT SHOWS CYCLING CLUBS DANCES EVENING ENTERTAINMENT EXERCISE GROUPS FHTV ENTERTAINERS CLUB FITNESS ROOM FRIDAY NIGHT MOVIES GLASS FUSION GOLF COURSE MEMBERSHIP FOR GUESTS USE GOLF DRIVING CAGE GOLF PUTTING GREEN GOLF GROUPS HIKING CLUBS HORSESHOES LIBRARY LINE DANCING MAH JONGG MASSAGE MINI-GOLF COURSE OPEN MUSIC JAM SESSIONS PAINTING PICKLE BALL PING PONG PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB QUILTING-SEW & CHAT ROCK SHOP LAPIDARY SAWMILL WOODSHOP SEWING ROOM SHUFFLEBOARD SILVERSMITHING SINGLES CLUB SPA & SAUNA STAINED GLASS SUNDAY SOCIAL & PROGRAM SWIMMING TAI CHI TRIPS & TOURS WALK OFF THE POUNDS WEDNESDAY POTLUCK DINNER Wii GAMES & EXERCISE SYSTEM WIRE-WRAP JEWELRY WOODCARVING YOGA ZUMBA & MORE! Vacation Cottages at Far Horizons Vacation Cottages are perfect for anyone who wants to enjoy the village ambience at Far Horizons Tucson Village, and the sights and activities of Tucson! Our contemporary cottages sleep four and are equipped with everything you need for a relaxing visit. See story page 9. ACTIVITIES & ATTRACTIONS P Welcome to Far Horizons Tucson Village, a friendly RV community designed for discriminating vacationers age 55 and better. From your doorstep walk, ride or drive to nearby outdoor adventure, scenic attractions, outstanding golf, shopping, dining, arts and culture. Our excellent industry ratings in all of the major national directories place Far Horizons Tucson Village in the top percentile of privately-owned RV parks and resorts in the United States. We offer 514 full hook-up sites and our Vacation Cottage rentals provide an opportunity to experience the destination resort lifestyle while enjoying the amenities of home! At Far Horizons, we will keep you busy and active. During the winter season, we offer non-stop planned activities for the young at heart. We have over 40 years experience helping our guests enjoy their leisure time. We offer a friendly intimate community, where that stranger is a friend you are about to make! Please enjoy your visit! Ken Shrensel When visiting Far Horizons Tucson Village RV Resort, you are in the heart of the old west rich in heritage. Early Native American people built thriving communities here as exemplified by the architecture and artifacts of the area. The cultures of Spain and Mexico left their mark in the lovely missions. The great Old Southwest Country offers year-round recreation. World Class Golf... The Resort is located near several championship golf courses providing diverse challenges in a Southwest setting. Every day you can enjoy a pleasant outing on our local courses including the private Rolling Hills Golf Course where we maintain a membership for our guests use. In March you can observe a Pro/Am and PGA tournament play and see pros in action. For tee times call: Arizona National ( ), del Lago ( ), El Rio ( ), Forty Niner Country Club ( ), Fred Enke ( ), Randolph North Municipal Course ( ), Rolling Hills ( ) Dell Urich Municipal Course ( ), Dorado ( ) FHTV group play tee times are posted in the info.com Room, or contact the Clubhouse Office. Semi-Pro Football (Soccer) Tucson s very own FC Tucson offer an exciting season of pitch action every summer at Tucson s Kino North Stadium. Visit Ken Shrensel Manager, Far Horizons Tucson Village for more information. Professional Roller Derby In 2003, Tucson welcomed the resurgence of flat-track roller derby, which had had it s heyday in the 1960 s. Now an allfemale sport, Tucson boasts 4 teams, and is the host city of the Dust Devil National Tournament. Visit for event schedules and more information. Horses: Racing and Rodeo January and February bring Quarter Horse racing to the historic Rillito Park Race Track in northwest Tucson. In February 2015, the internationally famous Tucson La Fiesta de los Vaqueros Rodeo celebrates it s 90 th year of competition. Go to for more information. Cars: Racing and Shows Track, dirt, asphalt and drag racing are all happening in Continued on page two... A G E 1 WHAT TO DO... Continued from page 1 CALENDAR of Resort Events Tucson! Three major tracks are located in town, with another nine 1-3 hours away. If you love car shows, Tucson is your kind of town. Large, organized shows happen weekly, casual shows/ cruises occur almost daily during the months of Oct-April, and the annual autumn Cops and Rodders Car, Truck & Motorcycle show draws entries from across the country. Benefitting the Tucson Police Foundation and TPD, this event features hundreds of vehicles, over 15,000 spectators, and is always a do not miss for car enthusiasts. Movie Theater... There are 6 excellent theaters within a 10 mile radius of the Resort, offering all the current movies and art-house films so you won t miss a thing. The historic Fox Theater in downtown Tucson features film revivals and festivals during its performance season and is located on the brand-new cable car route! Shopping & Dining... Tucson is rich with many shopping and dining opportunities. Interesting boutique shops offer cultural, trendy or Native American treasures. For major shopping, the Resort is close to Park Place Mall, the luxury Shops at La Encantada, and Tucson Mall on the far west side, as well as Costco, Sam s Club and major swap meets for the antique hunters every weekend. Tucson is home to vast and varied dining options; from one-of-a-kind gems to favorite national establishments. There are more than 60 restaurants within three square miles of the Resort. Ask the Clubhouse Office staff for recommendations, maps or directions. Museums... Tucson hosts world-class museums and is home to the internationally renowned Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. Plants indigenous to the Sonoran Desert and over 300 species of live animals can be viewed in their natural setting. The Flandrau Science Center & Planetarium is located on the University of Arizona Campus and Kitt Peak, at 6,882 feet, is the site of the largest collection of ground-based optical telescopes in the world! The Pima Air & Space Museum includes over 275 vintage aircraft and thousands of aerospace artifacts. Walking and motorized docent-led tours are available daily. The Titan Missile Museum is the world s only remaining Titan II intercontinental ballistic missile complex and a National Historic Landmark. A map showing the locations of these museums and dozens more is available in the Clubhouse Office. Performing Arts... If your interests include the performing arts, Tucson offers several theater groups, comedy troupes, ballet, opera and Folklorico; a form of dance celebrating the cultural history of the region. Chamber and Symphony orchestras, Boys and Girls Choral groups and Junior Strings productions offer a fulfilling afternoon or evening. And you must attend a performance of the Gaslight Theater where audience participation is part of the evening s entertainment and enjoyment! Day Trips... Just west of Tucson is Old Tucson Studios, the famous film location where more than 300 movie and television productions have been filmed. Now a Western theme park, it offers live-action entertainment, gunfights, interactive educational shows, and more. The Arizona Wine Country is just a scenic one-hour drive from Tucson through rolling hills and grasses to Sonoita and Elgin wineries. Majestic Mt. Lemmon, at 9,157 feet, is the highest peak in the Santa Catalina Mountains. Just 35 miles north of Tucson, it offers 50 miles of hiking trails, picnic facilities and a troutstocked lake. Ski Valley is open year round offering natural snow skiing in the winter and incredible sightseeing during the spring, summer and fall. Cave enthusiasts can visit Colossal Cave Mountain Park just east of town, one of the largest dry caverns in North America, or the incredible Kartchner Caverns State Park, one of the newest in the system. Take a guided tour through another world! Hiking, Biking... Tucson and Pima County are rich with excellent hiking and biking trails. You are invited to join our multiple Resort hiking groups as they enjoy a different trail each week. Our cycling enthusiasts ride together on planned excursions and strike out on the Tucson Loop solo. The internationally famous annual El Tour de Tucson race covers 120 miles in and around the city with thousands of cyclists from around the world participating in person and from home. Casinos... Tucson boasts the Casino of the Sun, Casino del Sol, and two Desert Diamond Casinos. All offer first class gaming facilities and you can enjoy major stars and entertainment at the Desert Diamond facilities. Phoenix offers several other major casinos just 2 to 3 hours away. World Class Health Spas... If you are seeking an oasis in the desert, Omni Tucson National Golf Resort & Spa, Canyon Ranch Health Resort and the Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa are just a few of the exceptional destination facilities available. Dozens of hide-a-way spas are located within a 5-mile radius of FHTV. Points of Interest... A point of interest in the heart of Tucson is the Reid Park Zoo more than 500 exotic animals from around the world in naturalistic habitats. Don t miss the award-winning Rattlesnake Pedestrian Overpass at Broadway and Euclid and an incredible wall mural of historical photos nearby at Broadway and Aviation Highway, going into downtown Tucson. The International Wildlife Museum features over 12 exhibit areas as well as a walk-through nocturnal exhibit where you may discover desert creatures of the night. Ride the tram up Sabino Canyon, on the northeast edge of Tucson, and observe the rugged terrain where Columbian mammoth roamed twelve thousand years ago. There are countless activities to enjoy around Tucson that are available nowhere else; stop by the Clubhouse Office and pick up a Passport Book for discount passes and go to for month-by-month event listings. OCTOBER Social Bridge, Ping Pong, 500, Wii Bowling/Game Night/Social, Bookmobile & Zumba all Continue Pima Genealogy Society Red Hat Activities Begin Saturday Bingo Begins Onsite Immunizations Clinic Health & Wellness Seminars Pot Luck Begins Mah Jongg Begins Yoga Classes Begin Sew & Chat Begins Strength & Fitness Classes Begin Walk Away The Pounds Begins Oktoberfest Cribbage Begins Robb s Roustabouts Perform Line Dancing Classes Begins Halloween Party & Dance NOVEMBER Poolside BBQ s Antiques, Arts & Crafts Sale Hiking Begins Jam Sessions Begin EZ Aerobics Begin Woodcarving & Watercolors Begin Tai Chi Begins Veteran s Day Program Trash or Treasure Patio Sales Weekly Sunday Social Begins Robb s Roustabouts Perform Duplicate Bridge Begins Poker Begins Shuffleboard Begins Folklorico Dancers Perform Wealth Seminar Karaoke Thanksgiving Dinner Autumn Harvest Dance with Live Music Evening Entertainers Monthly Prayer Breakfasts Begin DECEMBER Welcome Back Party Ballroom Dance Class Begins Friday Evening Poolside Live Music Begins Holiday Lights Ladies Billiards Begin Robb s Roustabouts Perform Computer Club Begins Boogie Shoes Dance/Tucson Twosome Performs Tucson Prunes Perform Evening Entertainers Christmas Caroling Open House & Visit with Santa Claus Antiques, Arts & Crafts Sale Gaslight Theatre Christmas Show Social Media Class Pickleball Begins Margarita Monday Pancake Breakfast Wealth Seminar Poolside BBQ s Christmas Dinner New Years Eve Party with Live Music JANUARY Pancake Breakfast Ice Cream Socials Begin Texas Hold em Begins Happy Feet Dance with Live Music FHTV Guest Directory Photo Shoot Evening Entertainers Antiques, Arts & Crafts Sale Wine Tasting Party Social Media Class Shuffleboard Tournament Foto Fun Begins Chorus Begins Casino FHTV Rillito Racetrack Outing Casino Outing Wine Country Outing Card Sharks Begin Potato, Pie & Pop Fundraiser Great Decisions Begins Bunco Begins Margarita Monday Karaoke Wizard & Game Night Begins Health & Wellness Seminar Men s Golf League Tournament Senior Olympics-Pinochle Competition Gospel-Sing-A-Long FEBRUARY Sawmill Spaghetti Dinner Fiddler s Poolside BBQ s Happy Feet Valentine s Dance with Live Music Superbowl Party Oscars Party Gem Show Outing Rodeo Outing William Florian Performs Missouri Opry Performs MOTAN State Party WIII State Party Canadian Celebration COWIN State Party 3rd Annual Southwestminster Dog Show Desert Museum Program Antiques, Arts & Crafts Sale Pancake Breakfast Jim & Susan Buckner s 50th Anniversary Party Taste of FHTV RV Resort Entertainer s Club Bake Sale Pub Night Robb s Roustabouts Perform Gospel Sing-A-Long U of A Steel Drum & World Music Gang Margarita Monday Casino Outing Wine Country Outing Tubac Outing Social Media Class International Dinner MARCH Entertainers Annual Variety Show Home Tour & Models Open House Spring Fashion Show Happy Feet Dance with Live Music MMANS State Party Michigan State Party Antiques, Arts & Crafts Sale Poolside BBQ s Wine Country Outing Robb s Roustabouts Perform FHTV s Annual Fun Day Sawmill Picnic Pancake Breakfast Trash or Treasure Patio Sale Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon Hiking Club Annual 3 Day Hike & Picnic Annual Choral Program Wealth Seminar Show & Tell by Village Artisans APRIL Easter Dinner Robb s Roustabouts Perform Karaoke FC Tucson (Semi-Pro Soccer) Outing End of Season Party & Parade P A G E 2 Historical Points of Interest... San Xavier del Bac Mission Built in 1700 (making it the oldest mission in North America), The White Dove of the Desert, is an active Tohono O odham parish church where mass is said every Sunday. It has been called the Sistine Chapel of North America because of its exquisite interior artwork. Fort Hauchuca... This active army base has an onpost museum chronicling the history of The Fort, Indian Wars, Buffalo Soldiers and much more. Check in at the main gate for your free base pass and museum admission. Tombstone Your first trip to the southwest must include a visit to this historical old west town that is too tough to die! Watch a re-enactment of the famous gunfight at the OK Corral; visit Boot Hill Cemetery. Copper Queen Mine Bisbee, a once infamous mining boomtown 90 miles southeast of Tucson, is now an arts and architectural oasis. There are daily tours of the historical turquoise mine. Tubac Presidio State Historic Park The first state park in Arizona! Exhibits date from the 16th century and include Arizona s first newspaper and historic buildings. Tumacocori Nat l Historical Park A 17th century Spanish mission, the Garden Museum Exhibits depict early Indian and Spanish history. San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area... This area is accessible in several places for hiking, birding and peaceful enjoyment. The Riparian is one of the few of any size in the Southwest Desert, making it essential to the diverse vegetation and wildlife along its banks. Picacho Peak State Park Pack a lunch and hike the trails at this distinctive peak. With camping or day use sites, this park is a feast to the senses in spring when the poppies bloom and you are surrounded by color everywhere...site of an annual re-enactment of an actual Civil War battle at that site. The Grand Canyon One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, you must see it to believe this immense, multi-colored fissure 260 miles in length, 4 to 13 miles in width at the brim, and 4,000 to 5,000 feet in depth. The Colorado River has taken four to six million years to carve its way through rocky layers on its rush from the mountains of Wyoming to the sea. Pima County Ghost Towns... Visit Arivaca, Continental, Twin Buttes, Olive, or Pantano Station. These are just a few of the ghost towns located within an easy day trip of Tucson. History and driving information are available in the Clubhouse Office. Resort Happenings... NEWSLETTER October 3 The first edition for the season of our bi-weekly newsletter, The Villager: Resort Life will be published and delivered to your door step. WALGREENS IMMUNIZATIONS CLINIC October 7 Guests of the Far Horizons Tucson Village RV Resort and Far Horizons East are offered the convenience of receiving their immunizations onsite. HALLOWEEN PARTY October 31 Come join us for Music provided by DJ Gilbert Ybarra, presented by the Activity Office. Bring your favorite libation and enjoy socializing, prizes and dancing. AUTUMN HARVEST DANCE November 22 Dance the night away with live music featuring the band Two s Company, presented by the Clubhouse Office. THANKSGIVING DINNER November 27 You are invited to join our amazing potluck turkey dinner with all the trimmings. WELCOME BACK AND GUEST APPRECIATION PARTY December 11 Hosted by the resort staff to welcome and express our appreciation to new and returning guests to the Resort, this is the perfect time to see old friends, get acquainted with new staff and neighbors. CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE AND VISIT FROM SANTA December 21 Our FHTV RV Resort family gets together to celebrate the holiday season with finger foods and caroling. Santa and his elves bring presents for the grandchildren of resort residents and guests. Hot drinks and holiday treats for everyone. P CHRISTMAS DINNER December 25 Once again our FHTV RV Resort family gathers to enjoy a traditional holiday dinner. If you are far from home and don t want to eat in a restaurant, please join us for a joyous afternoon of company and sharing. Winners of the Resort Holiday Decoration Contest will be announced at this time. GASLIGHT THEATRE CHRISTMAS SHOW December 27 Always an event to remember, this is a show full of oldfashioned side-splitting fun and laughter. You are encouraged to cheer, boo and hiss at the characters on stage in an old west theatre setting. This year s performance is The Secret Santa NEW YEAR S EVE PARTY December 31 Celebrate the New Year New York Style. Enjoy live music by The Tom Patrick Band sponsored by the Clubhouse Office. Bring your favorite libation and we will provide the appetizers and entertainment. HAPPY FEET DANCE January 18 Presented by the Happy Feet Dance Club and featuring live music! SENIOR OLYMPICS January 25 It s time again for the annual Senior Olympics Pinochle Competition at FHTV RV Resort! Mark your calendar for this special event. WINE TASTING PARTY January 29 Learn about different wines and enjoy some cheese, crackers and your friends at the resort. SUPERBOWL & PIZZA PARTY February 1 Hoot and holler for your favorite team at this fun event. Everyone brings their favorite libation & the pizza is catered by Pizza Angelique! MIGHTY MOTAN STATE PARTY February 7 MISSOURI, OKLAHOMA, TEXAS, ARKANSAS & NEW MEXICO getting together for fun and food. Continued on page 4 A G E 3 Resort Happenings (continued)... COWIN STATES PARTY February 8 This afternoon of companionship is for resort guests and residents from the west coast - CALIFORNIA, OREGON, WASHINGTON, IDAHO & NEVADA. SAWMILL SPAGHETTI DINNER February 11 Everyone is invited to come and enjoy the fixings by the crew of the FHTV Sawmill Club. Wives do the cakes; husbands do the dinner! VALENTINES DAY DANCE February 14 Celebrate Valentines Day with your sweetheart! Dance the night away at the Valentines Day Dance presented by the Happy Feet Dance Club featuring 60 s Garage Band. CANADIAN CELEBRATION February 15 Our FHTV RV Resort Canadian friends do know how to throw a party! Join them to make new friends from your native country and have a great time. WIII STATE PARTY February 22 All resort residents and guests from IOWA, ILLINOIS, INDIANA & WISCONSIN are welcome. This is always a good time. ENTERTAINERS CLUB VARIETY SHOW March 3 & 4 The Entertainer s Club Annual Variety Show is an offering of our many talented FHTV RV Resort residents and guests who left their inhibitions at home. These shows are always good for a lot of laughs and amazement at their talent and imagination. FASHION SHOW LUNCHEON March 6 The FHTV RV Resort Annual Fashion Show is a must see event! Enjoy the latest in fashion modeled by your fellow
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