Area Attractions

Cochise Stronghold: Located in the Dragoon Mountains, served as summer headquarters for the Chiricahua Apache Indians. Cochise is believed to be buried in this area although no gravesite has ever been found.

Texas Canyon: Located in the Little Dragoon Mountains, known for it’s scenic rock formations.

Butterfield Stage-stop: Ruins of the stone building, used to house fresh mules along the St. Louis to San Francisco mail route.

Kartchner Cavern: Discovered in 1974 by local spelunkers, was opened to the public in November, 1999. Features living caves with impressive light and sound show.

The Amerind Foundation: Located in Texas Canyon is an American Indian archeological research facility, museum and gift shop.

Tombstone: Step back into the Old West as it once was. Relive the shoot-out at the OK Corral. Dance at Big Nose Kate's Saloon with the locals or take a stage coach ride through town.

Gammons Gulch: Located in the Arizona high desert, you'll find this unique town is a small western mining town reminescent of the late 1800's.

Chiricahua National Monument:: Fort Bowie, Apache Pass and magnificent rock spire formations take your breath away.

Birding: Willcox Playa (dry lake) and thousands of wintering Sandhill Cranes; Ramsey Canyon and the many species of hummingbirds; San Pedro Riparian Conservation Area and Patagonia's Nature Conservancy with many and varied wildlife.

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