Clifton, AZ ALVAREZ MOTOR HOME & RV PARKProprietor: MR. ALVAREZ50 BOB LANECLIFTON, AZ 85533 FERNANDEZ RANCH RIVERSIDE RETREAT LLC (RV PARK)Proprietor: ANITA CASIAS3274 FRISCO AVENUECLIFTON, AZ 85533 JOHN & BETSY JOYCE TRAILER PARK (RV PARK)Proprietor: JOHN AND BETSY JOYCE486 NORTH CORONADOCLIFTON, AZ 85533 MESQUITE TRAILER PARK (RV PARK)Proprietor: JAMES JOSEPHContinue Reading

Owl Creek Campground is a RV retreat atop a scenic bluff overlooking the Joe Subia Bridge and the Gila River. It is only about 5 miles from the US 191 MP entry point on US 191. Enjoy the comforts of camp after a day of exploring the Gila Box RNCA.Continue Reading

Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area (RNCA), where the San Francisco River and Eagle Creek join the Gila River, within this 23,000 acre desert oasis, is one of the only two Riparian National Conservation Areas in the nation. Exploration of this area provides views of cliff dwellings, wildlife, historical buildingsContinue Reading

Black Hills Backcountry National Scenic Byway is locally known as the Old Safford Road as this was part of the original route between Safford and the Clifton-Morenci Mining District.  This adventurous road trip affords travelers grand vistas over the Gila and San Francisco River Valleys. Along the Byway are manyContinue Reading

More info on Greenlee County https://www.co.greenlee.az.us/ https://www.localfirstazfoundation.org/greenlee https://greenleechamber.com/ Birding https://cliftonaz.com/birding Coronado Trail https://www.cliftonaz.com/the-coronado-trail.html http://www.cometoclifton.com/great-outdoors/coronado-trail.php https://www.localfirstazfoundation.org/outdoor-sports-recreation-greenlee Backcountry Byway http://www.cometoclifton.com/great-outdoors.php#black-hills Clifton https://www.co.greenlee.az.us/history/clifton http://www.cometoclifton.com/ Ch Crk Walking Tour http://www.cometoclifton.com/sights-to-see/walking-tour.php Union Hall http://www.cometoclifton.com/sights-to-see/union-hall.php Historical Museum http://www.cometoclifton.com/sights-to-see.php#museum Copperhead and Jail http://www.cometoclifton.com/sights-to-see.php#jail Duncan https://www.co.greenlee.az.us/history/duncan http://www.townofduncan.us/ https://www.sunset.com/travel/where-to-go-this-weekend-duncan-az   Morenci https://www.co.greenlee.az.us/history/morenci https://www.morencitown.com/ Eagle Creek http://www.cometoclifton.com/great-outdoors.php#black-hills Blue River http://www.cometoclifton.com/great-outdoors.php#black-hillsContinue Reading

CLIFTON: Colors of Copper Art Gala at Galleria Coronado A unique mixture of experiences that include art, wine, music, delectable local flavors, and authentic small town hospitality can be enjoyed during this gala held at the Galleria Coronado in Clifton’s Chase Creek Historical District the first weekend of November. TheContinue Reading

Greenlee County Fair at Greenlee County Fairgrounds Come join local and regional performers, participants, and visitors during this four-day weekend packed full of excitement and entertainment. Greenlee County Fair & Racing offers a rodeo arena, boarding stables and race track. Watch our recently introduced race of speed and endurance —Continue Reading

This segment of highway runs between Mule Creek, NM and 3-Way in Greenlee County. Westbound on Hwy 78 you will find: Coal Creek Campground is a popular rest stop for travelers on AZ 78. Enjoyed for picnicking and free overnight camping under the large ponderosa pine and oak trees. CoalContinue Reading

Lower Eagle Creek Road is accessed off of US 191 above Morenci, but still within the vicinity of the mine. The road leaves US 191 to the west. Eagle Creek Valley can be reached from either Lower Eagle Creek Road or Upper Eagle Creek Road (MP 188 on US 191).Continue Reading

Black Hills Backcountry National Scenic Byway is locally known as the Old Safford Road as this was part of the original route between Safford and the Clifton-Morenci Mining District. This adventurous road trip affords travelers grand vistas over the Gila and San Francisco River Valleys. Along the Byway are manyContinue Reading