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

Clifton Ghost Tours held every Friday and Saturday evenings in August 2022. Tours begin 7:30pm at the Clifton Train Station. Visit to reserve your spot. Gold, fires, floods, natural disasters, abducted children… For a small town hidden away in the cooper laden mountains of Eastern Arizona, Clifton has seenContinue Reading

Come experience the powerful sounds of crystal bowls, Native American flutes, Shamanistic drumming and more. August 13 and 27 at Blue Door Sanctuary in Clifton from 5:30-6:30pm. $20 per participant. August 13 intention setting and peridot bracelet making at 5pm. $10 for materials. Sound therapy is a natural method ofContinue Reading

Some came out of curiosity, others joined in because they were asked, and still, others attended to cheer on our awesome volunteers. It has been a long time since our last volunteer appreciation activity, but the Greenlee Tourism Council, made up for it in a big way at the JulyContinue Reading

Submitted by Steve Ahmann So you like pretty, sparkly, bright-colored stones. And, you know you need to getmore fresh air and sunshine. What better way to accomplish satisfying bothdesires than rock-hounding? Furthermore, with the monsoon’s cooling things so we can comfortably gooutside, all that rain exposing new rock strata, andContinue Reading

Submitted by Ákos Kovach Over the past few months your Tourism Council has been carrying the heavy weight of grant deadlines, membership drive, Clifton Hill Climb, Big Quack Duck Race and a reexamination and re-work of our Vision and Mission Statement. The health and well-being of any organization depends on the goodContinue Reading

Submitted by Barbara Ahmann Escape to Egypt art exhibit (reception to be held September 22 from 3 to 7 p.m.) was conceived from my desire to share my experience of traveling to Egypt. The entire trip was surreal. Several times, I had to ask my husband, Steve to pinch meContinue Reading

Submitted by Scott Brack Greenlee County is an active place.  Situated in a gorgeous part of the country with rivers, high deserts, mountains and forests, we’re ideally suited for adventures.  The residents of Greenlee County take full advantage of these natural gifts.  Passions like hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, biking, climbing,Continue Reading