Chaparral Mini Mart & Motel Gas Station & Motel
509 Old West Highway US 70, Duncan (928) 359-2771
Duncan Town Hall Town Parks Event Venue Reservations
506 Old West Highway US 70, Duncan (928) 359-2791
Rock-A-Buy Rocks & Gifts Rockhounding Tours
809 Old West Highway US 70, Duncan (928) 215-9912
JR’s Cars Automotive Repair Shop
947 Franklin Road, Franklin (928) 287-3281
Duncan Public Library
379726 AZ-75, Duncan (928) 359-2094
Family Dollar Discount Store
379726 AZ-75, Duncan (928)439-4556
Nine Rail Ranch RV CampAmazing Desert Vista Views
450 McBride Drive (NE Off AZ-75), Duncan (928)359-9107
Wanda’s Kitchen - American & Mexican Restaurant
323 Old West Highway US 70, Duncan (928) 359-4479
Stephens RV Park - Quiet RV Site in Downtown Duncan
202 Madison Street, Duncan (928) 359-2113
Duncan City Swimming Pool - Open all summer long
106 Skyline Drive, Duncan (928) 359-9018
Hilda's Market\Restaurant -American & Mexican Restaurant
105 SE Old West Hwy, Duncan (928)359-1771
Country Chic includes a unique art gallery and gift shop, and of
course a wealth of information on Duncan Valley and its history.
The Visitor Center volunteers and their abundance of knowledge of
this area, can reveal the answers to any questions or direct you to
one of many informative brochures or periodicals found inside the
Visitor Center. Pick up a self-guided “Historical Tour of Duncan”
map here, and enjoy a day-tour through Duncan exploring its historical buildings. Take a few moments to talk with a local or two tohear vivid tales about the many, now relic, building of Duncan and
the vibrant locals of the past and present.
The Bakery, one of few historical buildings remaining after many devastating floods that affected Greenlee County, is a great downtown landmark. This historical building, once housing Three Sisters Bakery, is now awaiting its grand reopening once the right investor is persuaded by its beauty and grandeur. An amazing part of the valley’s history, all on its own, is only enhanced with Spezia Square Park located on its east side. The park is the first preservation and enhancement project of Duncan Pride Society. Once the site of the Freiheit Building, built around 1913 by Mr. Spezia. It was demolished without approval of nearby residents -- Pride Society was formed that very same night. These pair of picturesque design beauties, having over gone many detailed phases, are now a photographer’s dream. A traditional white gazebo, antique clock, tree lined grassy surroundings, picnic tables, brick flower beds, and wonderfully designed old western facade backdrop with planked boardwalk -- who wouldn’t enjoy this peacefully serene setting! For more information on the town of Duncan or Duncan’s Pride Society please visit www.townofduncan.us or www.duncanpridesociety.org
Duncan & Franklin
Round Mountain BLM Rockhound Area is one of the nation’s largest rockhounding sites for the elusive Fire Agate -- nature’s pearl of the desert. Easily find fire agate, quartz crystal rose, geodes and many more specimens amongst a snow-like blanket field of chalcedony just waiting to be picked up off the ground. No need to dig within this rockhounders “field of dreams”!
Eleven miles east on US 70 from Duncan and seven miles southwest on Lazy B Ranch Road (near New Mexico US 70 MP 5). BLM rules, regulations and tips for preparation of a self-guided tour of Round Mountain can be found at http://www.blm.gov/az/st/en/prog/recreation/rockhnd/locations/round_mtn.html
Rock-A-Buy Rocks and Gifts offers knowledgeable guided tours of the Round Mountain BLM Rockhound Area. For more information or to schedule a guided tour please contact Doug (928) 215-9912 or visit www.rockabuyrocksandgifts.com
Veterans Park “Home of the Jet Plane”, dedicated in 1998 to all men and women who have served in the US military, proudly flies the POW/MIA banner alongside our nation’s flag. It is visible above Duncan’s American Legion McCullough-McNair Post 49 building located at the end of Main Street. Picnicking under the shade ramadas in this park boasts a breathtaking view of Duncan Valley -- almost in its entirety.
Packer Park located on High and Main Streets in Duncan provides pathway benches surrounding a wonderful display of our national and state flags, and a POW/MIA banner flying high above. Main Street’s park entrance provides tables for picnicking amongst a field of grass and shade trees for all to enjoy.
An enjoyable tour of downtown Duncan can be accomplished by walking or driving around the area. Check in at our visitor center to get your self-guided tour brochure to learn about the history of the few remaining historical buildings that have withstood many floods.
Veterans Memorial Parks
Town of Duncan:Sandra Day O’Connor Walkway Park.
Greenlee County Fair & Racing offers a rodeo arena, boarding stables and race track. Watch our recently introduced race of speed and endurance -- Greenlee County mud drags. Catch the equally dusty action of the rodeo, one of the many attractions held yearly during September’s Greenlee County Fair.Board and exercise your horses during a stay in nearby Duncan, gear them up for one of our small town country parades or a ride on one of our many trails found throughout Greenlee County. For more information visit http://www.co.greenlee.az.us/fair/
In honor of the Lazy B rancher’s daughter, Sandra Day O’Connor, who grew up in the Duncan Valley to become the first woman judge to take a seat on the US Supreme Court. Part of the beautification efforts put forth by the dedicated volunteers of Duncan Pride Society, this park is an easily enjoyed walking/jogging path, and a site to behold while traveling eastbound on Old West Highway US 70.
Country Chic Art Gallery & Gift Boutique
205 SE Old West Highway 70, Duncan (928) 359-1955
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 many amenities from covered picnic tables, plenty of room for events, playground, and even a rest area where weary travelers may camp. RVers may take advantage of this rest stop while they relax and enjoy site seeing around the Duncan Valley area.
The Ranch House American Cuisine and Bar
206 Old West Highway US 70, Duncan (928) 359-1632
Hotel Duncan & Greyhound Station Historical Hotel
221 Old West Highway US 70, Duncan (928) 292-0691
Germaine’s Emporium Antiques, Collectibles, Tack, etc.
419 Old West Highway US 70, Duncan (928) 359-2621
Bob’s High Desert RV Park Convenient US 70 Location
121 East Avenue, Duncan (928) 359-3030
Kilby's RV Park Trail's EndGreat Fairgrounds Location
NM 92 near intersection of AZ 75, Duncan (928) 432-3656
The Outpost Convenience & Grocery Store
9 Chaparral Road (AZ-75), Duncan (928)359-2306
Greenlee County Fair & RacingArena, Stables & Track
1248 Fairgrounds Road, Duncan (928)359-9037
Humble Pie Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria
117 Main Street, Duncan (928) 359-9866
The Simpson Hotel Peaceful and serene Bed & Breakfast
116 Main Street, Duncan (928) 359-3590
The Riverfront Lounge Sports Bar
101 NW Old West Highway US 70, Duncan (928) 359-2757
Do youDig It?
Gila River Birding and Wildlife Trail is a wonderful park allowing one to easily catch a glimpse of Sandhill Crane or any one of over 300 species of birds that visit Greenlee County. November is the best time of year to see hundreds of cranes and thousands of fowl migrating from the north and resting along the shores of the Gila River. Birds and other wildlife can be viewed all year long, including great horned owls and bald eagles. This featured trail is a one-mile walking loop’s trailhead located as you travel on the east side of Main Street before heading north across the Duncan Bridge.
Don’t forget your Bird Sighting Checklist found amongst other touring Duncan
and Greenlee County pamphlets at the local visitor center or visit greenleebirding.com
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US Route 70 was the first national highway called Lincoln Highway -- stretching across the northern US from coast to coast during the 1920’s. Duncan Valley is located half way between Phoenix, AZ and El Paso, TX. It is also the midpoint between Los Angeles, CA and Amarillo, TX, providing old west style adventures for its explorers.