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Clifton, Arizona

At the heart of the Clifton Townsite Historic District is colorful and fascinating Chase Creek. It boasts 45 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places that are among the best-preserved examples of Territorial Period architecture in Arizona, In its heyday, Chase Creek gave Clinton a reputation as the town "tougher than Tombstone." The street was lined with numerous saloons and gambling halls from which ladies of the night operated. The spirit of those wild and romantic days remains but with modern amenities to make visitors safe and comfortable. A museum and walking tour enhance the experience.

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Clifton Historic Downtown District

Clifton has approximately 45 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Clifton, AZ Tours

Greenlee County Historical Museum

The Greenlee County Historical Museum displays interesting memorabilia from the surrounding area. Visitors will discover Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'

Clifton, AZ Museums

Coronado Trail Scenic Byway

A Road to Treasure Seeking the riches of the Seven Cities of Cibola, Spanish explorer Francisco Vasquez de Coronado followed this route through eastern Arizona in 1540. When you visit the Coronado Trail Scenic Byway today, you're sure to find treasures of a different kind. The 123

Clifton, AZ Scenic Byways


Things to do near Clifton, AZ

Petroglyphs

From 500 B.C. through 1350 A.D., early Native American tribes left petroglyphs and pictographs, gracefully simple designs scr...

Historic Buildings Tour

Every year thousands of visitors descend on the small community of Globe-Miami for the Historic Home Tour held every February...

Pinetop Lakes Golf & Country Club

Pinetop Lakes Golf & Country Club is located high in the cool and beautiful White Mountains of Northeast Arizona. You can bec...

Santa Fe Station Golf Course

Course Access: PublicHoles: 9Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7 days...

Historic Homes Tour

Many of the homes of the first generation of settlers still remain in a habitable condition with their original decorations a...