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Eco-Friendly B & B

The Lodge was completed in 2010 and built using state of the art materials. We conserve water at the Lodge by using barrels to harvest rainwater and an underground tank to store graywater for irrigation use. The Roadside Inn was created in 2018 by repurposing an otherwise forgotten building. Our landscape was completed using all native plants.

Our rooms feature green details like all-cotton sheets and towels as well as bulk organic soap, shampoo and body wash.

Pima County Health Dept Ready For You verified blue ribbon logo

We aim to minimize
impact on the local & global environments by:

  • Conserving energy, water, and other natural resources
  • Reducing waste by recycling & purchasing recycled products
  • Minimizing light pollution by adhering to strict guidelines
  • Reducing or eliminating the use of toxic materials by using natural products whenever possible

Juan Wayne's Story

The desert patio at the Lodge is residence to a friendly reptile icon of the Southwest, a desert tortoise named Juan Wayne. Juan Wayne, Cat Mountain Lodge adopted desert tortoise, Tucson ArizonaHe lives in a specially constructed Tortoise Ranch behind the lodge and welcomes visitors in the summer time. He arrived in April 2011 through the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum's Desert Tortoise Adoption Program to benefit the welfare of captive and wild tortoises.