Before highways and railways, before pioneers, even before Columbus... the land we know as the..Bonita Creek Watchable Wildlife Info
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A haven for rockhounds and geologists close to Highway 191, between... A haven for rockhounds and..Mt. Graham International Observatory Info
The Observatory Base Camp is located six miles south of Safford, Arizona on State Route 366, also..See all locations in Graham County - Arizona
Small town friendliness, over 4 million acres of National Forest and protected Wilderness lands, pristine high desert beauty, the lush Gila Valley, and towering pines on Mount Graham. Graham County is filled with so many things to do in its terrific little communities and has some of the most beautiful scenic terrain in the entire Southwest. It’s no wonder first time visitors frequently come back for more…naturally!
Graham County is home to wildlife and scenic beauty on millions of acres of outdoor recreation that are available for all visitors. Designated parks, wilderness areas, National Forests, and water recreation offer a huge range of activities including fishing, hiking, camping, swimming, boating, rockhounding, hunting, and picnicking. Beautiful scenery surrounds the small communities of Graham County.
Graham County is filled with so many things to do in some terrific little communities as well as in some of the most beautiful terrain in the entire Southwest. You will find friendly down to earth people who exemplify "Hometown America" and you’ll find a diversity of landscape from the high desert to waterfalls and towering pines on Mount Graham. For fishing, swimming and camping take the family to Roper Lake State Park. Try tubing or rafting down the Gila River or a long, relaxing soak in the hot springs and mineral baths around the county. Head to the Black Hills Backcountry Byway for biking, birding, fishing or wildlife viewing.
Rock hounds love the Round Mountain Rockhound and Black Hills Rockhound Areas. Hiking trails and campgrounds are available throughout the Coronado and Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests. Aravaipa, Fishhooks, Santa Teresa and Galiuro Wilderness Areas await the truly adventuresome to explore and, if you are looking for an authentic southwestern adventure, saddle up a horse and head for the backcountry!
Off-highway vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts of all skills levels can ride rolling sand dunes at Hot Well Dunes Recreation Area. This 2,000 acre area has been designated open to all types of vehicles including sand rails, ATVs, motorbikes and four-wheel-drive-trucks.
Play a round of golf, go bowling, or take a drive along the Coronado Trail Scenic Byway. The local museums tell the story of our local industry as well as the historic and pre-historic past.
Escape the daily rigours of life and come to Graham County, where the pace of life is just a little slower. The climate is outstanding, the scenery is awe-inspiring, and the people are friendly. Discover for yourself the charm of Graham County, where life is the way it ought to be.
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