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1 month ago

Come and enjoy our County, have some great outdoor activity, be fed a lunch all before noon on a Saturday! Sign up!

1 month ago

The new exterior looks great, and the next Greenlee County Tourism Council meeting will offer in-person and virtual attendance. Coming up Tuesday Oct 27. 10 am check your email for details. York ... See more

1 month ago
Greenlee Clarion

Come to Duncan this Saturday, learn what to plant, when to plant - what will survive and what will thrive. The Fresh Market at the Old Cotton Gin will also be open - as will the Virden Hayride - come ... See more

What can you grow around here that will survive? Come and find out on Saturday in Duncan!

1 month ago

Just around the corner from us...

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Cheryl

Stop by Country Chic today, expect the BEST!

FRESH CHOCOLATE CHIP-PECAN COOKIES
COUNTRY CHIC. DUNCAN. 9-5 daily
COME SEE US ♥️

1 month ago

One of the hidden gems of Greenlee County. Visit Duncan and the Fresh Market (open Friday & Saturday 8 -5)

2 months ago
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Big News - New Date !!!

2 months ago
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The Clifton Visitor Center is open ! See the new lines of souvenirs!

2 months ago
Greenlee Clarion

Visit East Side in Clifton. Expect to find wonderful parks, a soccer field, a Mining Shovel display, The Clifton Hotel & Bar, Blue Door Sanctuary, a community garden and much more. This is a ... See more

What a wonderful day, and what a terrific new look for the One-Lane Zorilla Bridge that was reopened today!

2 months ago
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The Town of Clifton invites you to celebrate with them today at 10 AM

2 months ago
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Enjoy a virtual visit to Greenlee County at our website: https://www.visitgreenleecounty.com/

The Tourism Industry benefits from a complete count in the Census. Census data helps small business owners and entrepreneurs - it also helps the traveling public.

2 months ago
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One of Greenlee County's biggest events each year for over 100 years. This year the event will be scaled back but still offers great fun for all who attend. Thursday, Friday & Saturday of this week ! ... See more

2 months ago
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The weather is cooling off, and the sunsets and sun rises here are indescribable....! Come Visit Greenlee County!

2 months ago
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sunset view from 191/Skyline View Rd looking north towards Clifton/Morenci

3 months ago
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Just a little bit of rain in the high country goes a long way....visit Black Jack, picnic, play and plan to have a great time!

3 months ago
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Visit Blackjack, Greenlee County. Elevation exceeds 6,000', big skies, tall trees, solitude, fresh air, camping and more.

3 months ago
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Yes, the Coronado Trail is open!

3 months ago
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Combine the best of all - shopping outdoors, great fresh produce and home baked food and a Census Taker to help you with your questions or to take the Census! All happening today in Duncan!

GC Tourism Members

Greenlee County, Arizona … a land of contrasts, of variety, and of unexpected delights! Two primary thoroughfares, US 191 (The Coronado Trail) and US 70 (The Old West Highway) showcase this spectrum of scenic, biological, geological, and cultural wonders.  Along these routes one finds opportunities for hiking, biking, rockhounding, birding, fishing, hunting, camping, exploring historic places, observing mining operations, craft shopping, or just finding a peaceful getaway.

Retrace the steps of Old West pioneers, Apache Indians, lawmen, outlaws, cowboys, rustlers, gamblers, and Mormon settlers as you traverse the county east to west on the Old West Highway. Experience railroad and farm town Americana in Duncan, Arizona and the surrounding Gila River Valley where farmers grow cotton (and other crops) and ranchers raise cattle (two of Arizona’s famous 5 Cs — cotton, cattle, copper, climate, and citrus).  This charm is especially on display during the annual County Fair.

On the north-south route, The Coronado Trail (US 191, once designated US 666 “The Devil’s Highway”) climbs from about 3,000 feet to over 9,000 ft in elevation in less than 70 miles! Along the way, it passes from river valleys through high desert to scrub oak and pinyon forests to alpine forests. And with only a few hundred turns and swichbacks to negotiate! This is a biker’s dream! (40 foot RV’ers — not so much.)

Establish a Basecamp for Your Adventure

Morenci Motel

Rode Inn

Hotel Duncan

Simpson Hotel

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