**Points of Interest**

Casas Adobes was the first suburb of Tucson, begun in the mid-1940s. Casas Adobes has numerous notable points of interest.

The Casas Adobes Plaza is a historical retail destination, dating back to 1948. The Plaza is situated on the southwest corner of North Oracle and West Ina roads, and features some of the most authentic Mediterranean architecture in the area. Original Italian vignettes, statues, and fountains are incorporated into Casas Adobes Plaza. The Plaza also features a historic Mediterranean observation tower.

Casas Adobes is also the location of one of southern Arizona's largest and most biologically diverse nature preserves. Tohono Chul Park is a private nature park located northwest of North Oracle and West Ina roads on North Paseo del Norte. Tohono Chul, Tohono O'odham for "desert corner," was created in 1985 after Richard and Jane Wilson dedicated their historic home and property to the preservation of the desert and the education of visitors on the splendor of the native plants and wildlife.

Westward Look Resort is located in Casas Adobes. Westward Look began in the early 20th century as a dude ranch in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains north of Tucson.

Casas Adobes is home to a nationally-prominent golf resort built in the 1960s, the Omni Tucson National Resort. While Casas Adobes remains unincorporated, the community has distinguished itself from the other suburbs to the north and northwest of Tucson as the oldest community.

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