Settled only a few miles from the pristine Chiricahua Mountains in the charming rural community of Sunizona, there are ample opportunities for every kind of explorer.
Take a tour through historic Tombstone known for its Wild West history. Revel in awe under the world's largest rosebush. Experience the annual sandhill crane migration at Whitewater Wildlife Draw.
Whether you're a city dweller looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, or a nature enthusiast searching for a new trail, there's something here for everyone.
Immerse yourself in the beautiful nature and rich history this area has to offer.
If you find yourself in need of a warm meal, head on down to Chuckwagon Grill, just a few miles down the road in Elfrida!
-Chiricahua National Monument
-Johnny Ringo Grave
-Coronado National Memorial
-Karchner Caverns State Park
-Dos Cabezas Mountains
-Whitewater Wildlife Draw
-Ramsey Canyon Preserve
-Ash Canyon Bird Sanctuary
-Fort Bowie National Historic Site
-Tombstone: Experience the Old West of the 1880s
-Ghost towns: Pearce/Sunsites, Douglas, Gleesan, Paradise
-Portal: The Yosemite of Arizona
-Tucson (1.5 hours away)
-Bisbee: A quirky cultural arts hub and home of the Queen Mine
-Sierra Vista: "The Hummingbird Capital of the U.S." and home to the San Pedro River National Conservation Area
-Willcox: Arizona's prominent wine country, producing over 74 percent of the wine grapes grown in the state of Arizona