Greenlee County Arizona consists of two incorporated Towns, Clifton and Duncan and several unincorporated communities such as Blue, Hannagan Meadow, Granville Lodge, Guthrie, Three Way, York Valley, Apache Grove, Sheldon and Franklin to name a few. It seems like we have something going on every day for local residents andContinue Reading

Pulled pork Sandwich, 2 sides, and a drink for $10 (meal ticket deal). Full menu Saturday, 11am-4pm. Friday, April 29, 2022 8:00 am-5:00 pm: Course set-up 6:00 pm-8:00 pm: Registration and tech inspection in the Paddock. Tech Inspection will be a held Friday evening and Saturday will be on-demand inContinue Reading

A team of community leaders are working together to bring people to the area and encourage locals to support local businesses and events. If we are to achieve outstanding successes, we need your participation. Volunteers are needed at events. Lend your talent and ideas! Note that Greenlee Tourism Council meetsContinue Reading

Inside this issue: Page 5: Clifton Hill Climb Embodies Community Page 6 & 9: Support Tourism in Greenlee Page 7: Statewide Tourism Outlook for 2022 MORE… The goal of our newsletter is to attract attention to our amazing County. We will do our best to provide you with advance noticeContinue Reading

The Greenlee County Tourism Council and Town Of Clifton, in conjunction with the Arizona Border Region of Sports Car Club of America, announced the return of the Clifton Hill Climb in 2022. The timed auto race up Ward Canyon Road, will take place April 30 to May 1. In additionContinue Reading

Graham and Greeasenlee Counties:  Hispanic Heritage Fiesta The Eastern Arizona Hispanic Heritage Corporation organizes and hosts the Un Gran Exito Fiesta each September in both counties. The event includes a sit-down dinner, award presentations, Mariachi, Folklorico, and dance with live music. Come participate in this very special, rich cultural celebration!Continue Reading

Prehistoric Presence.  Through the presence of fossils, stone tools and pottery, petroglyphs, and ruins, historians believe that Mogollon, Hohokam and Anasazi Indians all populated this area from 800 BC – 1450 BC, but disappeared more than a thousand years ago for unknown reasons. The western Apache Indians took their placeContinue Reading

Campgrounds along ‘The Coronado Trail’ (US 191)Campground along ‘Black Hills Backcountry Byway‘Campgrounds along ‘Mule Creek’ (Highway 78)Continue Reading