Town of Duncan: Centennial Park is a mecca of recreational fun centrally located along side Old West Highway US 70 on the East side of Country Chic. Take a break from your travels and enjoy this wonderful roadside park that hosts amenities such as covered picnic tables, plenty of roomContinue Reading


The legendary Coronado Trail Scenic Highway (US 191), aka “The Devil’s Highway” (Old Route 666) leads travelers from high desert landscapes to alpine forests (or vice versa) via more than 200 switchbacks and many hairpin turns so the views are ever-changing and as beautiful as they are varied. The BlackContinue Reading

rockhounding in greenlee

Search for fire agate and geodes in first class rockhounding areas! Ash Peak is adjacent US 70, “The Old West Highway”, as you enter Greenlee County on the west side.  Explore the valley below the peak with a visit to the Ash Peak Mining District. Visit the old mines andContinue Reading

The Greenlee Tourism Association is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Greenlee Tourism Association September 2023 meeting Time: Sep 13, 2023 09:00 Arizona Join Zoom Meeting – FOR BEST RESULTS use the blue colored link immediately below: Reading

As part of the tourism association’s San Francisco River Rejuvenation Project (SFRRP), we are leaving no opportunity untapped to engage and attract ALL residents to show the way Greenlee County can best enhance quality of life in our community.  We are thrilled to invite you to participate in our excitingContinue Reading

Clifton’s “Founder’s Day” Celebration on November 4 will include other events occurring at the same time. The annual “Colors of Copper” Festival will be held on Saturday, Nov. 4 and Sunday, Nov. 5, 2023.  Other organizations (i.e., American Legion, Tourism Council, Social Club, Vietnam Vets, Historical Society, Greenlee County, etc.)Continue Reading

The first November weekend is Colors Of Copper again. This year will be Clifton’s biggest event in 50 years, because the Town of Clifton 150 year celebration and Colors of Copper and Chase Creek Fair will combine with it, and we’ll have a huge party in the whole town. TheContinue Reading

A funny thing happened on the way to the last Tourism Council Board Meeting, someone asked us if our Board meetings were held at Clifton Town Hall. They had confused the Greenlee County Tourism Council for the Clifton Town Council.  Over the years our board members have changed and yetContinue Reading

An open letter from Clifton Town Manager, Rudy Perez Greetings I write this letter to you in my capacity as your town manager, at the direction of the Clifton Town Council.  The purpose is to solicit your participation in a series of town hall meetings to help chart Clifton’s sustainableContinue Reading