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SOUTHERN ARIZONA IS FULL OF HISTORY AND FUN THINGS TO DO! HERE YOU WILL FIND LINKS TO SOUTHERN ARIZONA ATTRACTIONS AND A DOWNLOADABLE AND PRINTABLE MAP OF THE AREA.
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Agua Prieta, Mexico
Agua Prieta is a Mexican border town just south of Douglas, Arizona. There are some shops there, however not as many as in Nogales.
Amerind Foundation
The Amerind Foundation, Inc. is a private, nonprofit archaeological research facility and museum devoted to the study and interpretation of Native American cultures.
Benson, Arizona
History, scenery, climate and adventure have helped to make the railroad town of Benson and the surrounding San Pedro Valley a prime destination for visitors. The highlight being Kartchner Caverns State Park (see below).
Bisbee, Arizona
Bisbee is the picturesque county seat of historic Cochise County. The community was founded in 1880 and named after Judge DeWitt Bisbee, a financial backer of the Copper Queen Mine. (Tours available)
Chiricahua Nat. Monument
The 18-square-mile Monument is a mecca for hikers and birders. The Chiricahua Apaches took refuge here during hostilities with whites. In 1924, President Calvin Coolidge designated the area a national monument.
Cochise Stronghold
Cochise Stronghold in the Dragoon Mountains lies in a protective rampart of granite domes and sheer cliffs which were once the refuge of the great Apache Chief, Cochise, and his people.
Colossal Cave
For over a thousand years people have lived, worked, explored, hid out in, or just enjoyed the beautiful area we know today as Colossal Cave Mountain Park. Cave tours, historical and caving museums, picnicking, hiking trails, Western trail rides.
Historic Douglas, Arizona
The town of Douglas was founded as the site of a copper smelter in 1901. Proximity to year-round outdoor recreation areas and convenient shopping and sight-seeing in Mexico have made tourism and retirement living an important factor in Douglas' economy.
Ft. Bowie National Historic Site
Established during the Civil War on a former Overland Mail route, Fort Bowie (1862-1894) played a key role in the pursuit of Geronimo and his band of renegade Apaches. Accessible by hiking in. 3 mile round trip.
Gammons Gulch
Old West Town / Movie Set is a mix of the 1880's to the 1930's. Gammons Gulch has a collection of Antiques, Old Cars and Movie Memorabilia. Self guided tours or personalized tours of Gammons Gulch are available.
Kartchner Caverns State Park
Kartchner Caverns State Park is one of the newest attractions in Southern Arizona. They offer guided cave tours, a Discovery Center, interactive displays, and a theater with an interpretative video program. Reservations are recommended.
Mt. Lemmon
Mt. Lemmon, at over 9000 feet, is a wonderful place to get away from the desert heat in the summer, enjoy the changing leaves in the fall, and play in the snow in the winter.
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Nogales, Arizona / Mexico
The Border Town of Nogales, Mexico is a Day Tripper's paradise. With a plethora of shops, restaurants, bakeries and more, you can find a great bargain and have fun doing it.
Pima Air & Space Museum
The Pima Air & Space Museum is the largest Air & Space Museum in the Western United States. Experience a century of aviation and explore over 250 aircraft on the museum grounds.
Ramsey Canyon Preserve
A spring-fed stream, favorable northeast orientation, and high canyon walls provide Ramsey Canyon with a moist, cool, and stable environment unusual in the desert Southwest.
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Slaughter Ranch
Slaughter Ranch Museum is the home of one of Arizona's most famous lawmen, Texas John Slaughter. Meticulously restored to its turn of the century splendor. Adjoining the Museum property is the San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge.
Tumacacori National Historic Park
Tumacacori National Historical Park in the upper Santa Cruz River Valley of southern Arizona is comprised of the abandoned ruins of three ancient Spanish colonial missions.
Willcox
Willcox, Arizona. Cattle town of Cochise County. The home of Rex Allen the singing cowboy and gateway to the Chiricahua National Monument, "the Wonderland of Rocks".
 


SOUTHERN ARIZONA MAP


Tombstone, Arizona is easy to get to. We are approximately 70 miles Southeast of Tucson and 60 miles Southwest of Willcox, Arizona. From Tucson, follow I-10 East to exit 303 and follow the signs to route 80 east (to Douglas, Bisbee and Tombstone). From the East follow I-10 West to exit 306 and follow the signs to route 80 east (to Douglas, Bisbee and Tombstone). Follow route 80 approximately 23 miles to Tombstone, Arizona.
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