Sightseeing & Things to do While Staying Here

Take a step back in time as you visit the historic John Slaughter Ranch. 


The Amerind Foundation A Museum of Native American Archaeology, Art, History, and Culture  www.amerind.org


A “Wonderland of Rocks” is waiting for you to explore at Chiricahua National Monument.www.nps.gov/chir


Cochise Stronghold is located to the west of Sunsites, Arizona in the Dragoon Mountains at an elevation of 5,000ft. www.cochisestronghold.com


Coronado National Memorial commemorates and interprets the significance of Francisco Vásquez de Coronado’s expedition and the
resulting cultural influences of 16th century Spanish colonial exploration in the Americas.
www.nps.gov/coro


Douglas Golf & Social Club 18 holes, par 71, 6246 yards, rating 68.8 slope 117. Built in 1932 by WPA, this is one of Arizona's oldest courses. The front nine offers a traditional golf layout. The back nine features desert golf.


Only 90 minutes southeast of Tucson is a place where the skies are clear, the air is cool and the mountains rise above a quaint
historic town. There you will find yourself back in the early 1900’s.
www.copperqueen.com


When Captain Whitside led his column from the 6th Cavalry into southern Arizona and into the annals of history, he could scarcely
be aware that the temporary post he was ordered to establish in the foothills of the Huachuca Mountains would survive to play a major role in the drama of the western United States.


In the spring of 1974 Bishop Francis J. Green, of the Diocese of Tucson, made the request for a Christian renewal center to be established in Cochise County, the southeast corner of the diocese. On December 12, 1974 the ground was broken for Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, with Bishop Green presiding over the historic occasion. He also presided over the church dedication on June 24,1981.  www.holytrinitymonastery.org/


Southern Arizona, the real old west in the year 1907. Wyatt Earp and Geronimo were still battling with blazing glory throughout this part of the country, Arizona had yet to become a state and the Gadsden Hotel first opened her doors, providing gracious hospitality to all who passed through.www.hotelgadsden.com


In November 1974 two young cavers, Gary Tenen and Randy Tufts, were exploring the limestone hills at the base of the Whetstone Mountains. In the bottom of a sinkhole they found a narrow crack leading into the hillside. Warm, moist air flowed out, signaling the existence of a cave. After several hours of crawling, they entered a pristine cavern.


Lake Parker Park is located on Lake Parker it is a 100.5 acres of native Florida vegetation. The park is accessible from Robson Road and Granada Road off of Lakeland Hills Boulevard. Lake Parker is used by nature enthusiasts for bird watching and families of all ages.


Ramsey Canyon, located within the Upper San Pedro River Basin in southeastern Arizona, is renowned for its outstanding scenic beauty and the diversity of its plant and animal life.www.nature.org/wherewework/northamerica/states/arizona/preserves/art1973.html


Rex Allen Museum and Willcox Cowboy Hall of Fame - Rex Allen, 1920-1999, known as the "Arizona Cowboy" and "Mister Cowboy," brought much pride to the people of Willcox, Arizona. Rex was a real cowboy legend starring in western movies.


"The Town too Tough to Die"  Tombstone


Tubac was established in 1752 as a Spanish presidio (fort). Working artists' studios now surround the grounds which once served as the home for a Spanish military garrison. Tubac remembers its origins at the Tubac Presidio State Historic Park located in the village's Old Town, and no visit to Tubac is complete without a stop at our State Park.http://www.tubacaz.com/



The Whitewater Draw Wildlife Area lies within the Chihuahuan desert grassland habitat type.

www.azgfd.gov/outdoor_recreation/wildlife_area_whitewater.shtml