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 room for events, a 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.

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 wonderful view of the Duncan Valley — almost in its entirety.  THIS PARK IS CLOSED AND UNDER RENOVATION

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.

Town of Clifton:

Al Fernandez Park, named after Greenlee County’s late official historian, mayor and leading citizen, is located in east Clifton (across the San Francisco River) on Park Ave. It features several large shade trees, a ramada with electricity, a gazebo with electricity, grills, and picnic tables. A public restroom is just to the north.

Veterans Park. This amazing tribute to honor our veterans is a wonderful addition to stroll through while touring Clifton. Located on Coronado Boulevard (US 191) just north of the Rode Inn and adjacent to the Clfiton Birding Trail kiosk and entrance.

Riverside Park is a wonderful area to glimpse the often-present bighorn sheep. This park boasts amenities such as picnic sites, standing grills and shade ramadas. This is a great rest stop along your adventures of the San Francisco River with convenient restroom facilities and a large playground for kids to stretch their legs. This park also hosts the Greenlee County Public Library Storywalk where a children’s story is posted around the perimeter of the park. Located on Frisco Avenue, it is accessible from the North Clifton RV Park for overnight camping.

Sidebotham Park.  This delightful small park of grass, palm trees, and picnic tables can be found at the intersection of Coronado Blvd and Park Ave behind the flood gates near the bridges across the San Francisco River.

Flag Park. Located on Coronado Blvd (US 191) at the base of the small bluff between the American Legion and lower Chase Creek St., this small park features an array of American flags along a short paved walkway with bench seating.

The Splash Pad Park.  Clifton Splash Pad is a fun outdoor experience for the whole family. Open from May to September, the splash pad contains numerous colorful water features guaranteed to get you wet. For those who like to stay dry there are plenty of tables and seating areas under colorful shade sails to help keep you cool. Hours are 10am to 7pm during the season. Free admission. Located on Park Avenue.

Mares Bluff Veteran’s Memorial is home of “America’s Long Walk for Freedom” hiking trail which leads you to the top, overlook scenic South Clifton. This trail honors all US armed forces veterans who served at any time. Many veterans consider it a “place of healing”. The U.S. and Arizona flags fly along with flags from all military branches and a POW/MIA banner. Cables hold more than 1,000 replica dog tags of those honored. The access trail involves a steep 300’ climb. Those with health conditions should not attempt the climb. For more information call (928) 792-3253. Entrance to trailhead is on Ward Canyon Road off of US 191 near MP 162.

Town Site of Morenci

Morenci has several parks scattered throughout the townsite. Information can be found at: