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Posted on February 19, 2014

Planning a family reunion? Have you considered having a family reunion in Tucson? After all the news this winter about bad weather, southern Arizona weather held steady and folks back East might appreciate a trip out West – especially since it doesn’t involve shoveling snow!

Experts advise setting a date as early as possible, preferably a year in advance. This helps those families with younger children who need to plan around the school schedule. In addition, if you book your family reunion at Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort and Spa, a year’s notice will ensure the rooms are secured at great prices.

A weekend will suffice for most family reunions, according to Real Simple. Each nuclear family should have a point person to help in organizing and making sure plans get passed along correctly.

Of course, the main point of a family reunion is to catch up, hang out and have fun together – all of which makes Westward Look Wyndham Grand a great place for a family reunion. Exploring our 80 acres in the Santa Catalina Mountains is exciting whether you’re on horseback, mountain biking or hiking. For those who like life at a more leisurely pace, lounging by the pools or indulging in the Sonoran Spa are also great options. How about a family tennis lesson? We’ve got that covered, too.

Plus, Tucson is a family-friendly town. Explore Old Tucson Studios, Breakers Water Park when school is out, the world-famous Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and The Mini Time Machine: Tucson Museum of Miniatures. History buffs will also enjoy Tucson for its Presidio San Agustín del Tucson and the Arizona State Museum.

We’d be glad to help you plan your family reunion at Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort and Spa. Like us on Facebook and you may win a free night or two! Our Facebook and Twitter feeds offer other contests and happenings around the resort and our Pinterest board shows you how beautiful and diverse it is in Tucson. See you soon