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5 months ago
Growing Greenlee

Each of us must accept a role. The time to build a better future begins today.

Moving forward >>>

5 months ago
Growing Greenlee

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.

Everyone counts, everyone matters.

5 months ago
Greenlee Clarion

And here is the list of places to eat, please call ahead.

5 months ago
Growing Greenlee

Open for business ! These are the businesses, the list of Greenlee County Places to eat will be posted shortly.

Please note this is the Business List only, the Eatery list is on the Greenlee Clarion page.

5 months ago

For your convenience and use - often!

5 months ago
Greenlee County, Arizona -

Learn more about Greenlee County here: http://www.visitgreenleecounty.com/

5 months ago
Greenlee Clarion

Please share with business owners

Please email me at akovach@greenlee.az.gov and I can email you a word doc with the links you see below - then can follow to these sites on your own. jpg's don't currently have a 'link feature'.

5 months ago
Greenlee County Tourism's cover photo

As this photo by Bullard Peak depicts - Wild Flowers are everywhere in Greenlee County, a terrific windshield tour and stay safe.

5 months ago
Greenlee County Tourism's cover photo

Take a virtual tour of Clifton tonight on A&E - see for yourself what they discovered, keep the lights on.

5 months ago
Clifton Hill Climb

Coming this Fall, 2020 !

5 months ago
Greenlee County Tourism's cover photo

Tour this paranormal experience for yourself once the stay-at-home blanket is lifted. Come see for yourself what the Ghost Hunters found! Watch it on A&E and then make your plans to visit!

5 months ago
Greenlee Clarion

Sharing from the Greenlee Clarion page

6 months ago
Greenlee County Tourism's cover photo

The Greenlee County Tourism Council is looking at all the ways to keep you safe as well as showcase this Gorgeous County ~ keep following this page for news and updates soon!

6 months ago
Clifton Hill Climb

Still on the horizon!

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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