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Sierra Vista, Arizona

Sierra Vista is the major population center for southeastern Arizona. Located approximately 70 miles southeast of Tucson. Sierra Vista serves as the main commercial, cultural and recreational hub of the area. Easily accessible off of Interstate 10 at an elevation of 4,623 feet, Sierra Vista's abundant sunshine, high altitude and clean fresh air add to the city's livability and comfort. Its picturesque setting among the Huachuca, Dragoon, Mule and Whetstone Mountains emphasize its Spanish name meaning Mountain View. Within the city is Fort Huachuca, home of the U.S. Army Intelligence Center and School. Sierra Vista incorporated in 1956.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area

The San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area is along the San Pedro River. The area is managed by the Bureau of Land Management and has been designated as a Globally Important Bird Area in 1996 by the American Bird Conservancy. The San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area covers 56,000

Sierra Vista, AZ Conservation Areas

Fort Huachuca Museum

Fort Huachuca Museum gives visitors a chance to see what the fort was like long ago and what present day activities are taking place. The museum relives the Apache wars, Pershing's Expedition and the fort'

Sierra Vista, AZ Museums

Pueblo del Sol Country Club

"Pueblo del Sol is a hidden gem of a golf course, with some of the best greens in Arizona. This is a great golf experience for players of all levels." - Skip Thompson, General Manager * Rated 3 stars by Golf Digest 1997 places to play *

Sierra Vista, AZ Golf Courses

Ramsey Canyon Preserve

Ramsey Canyon Preserve is owned and operated by The Nature Conservancy. In 1975, the Nature Conservancy established the 300-acre Ramsey Canyon Preserve. This spectacular canyon is on the eastern half of the Huachuca Mountains, at an elevation of 5,525 feet.

Sierra Vista, AZ Nature Preserves

Fort Huachuca

Fort Huachuca is a product of the Indian Wars of the 1870s and 1880s. In February 1877

Sierra Vista, AZ Forts

Things to do near Sierra Vista, AZ

Rose Tree Museum and World's Largest Rose Tree

1880 Tombstone artifacts and mining displays; World's Largest Rose Tree, a 113-year-old Lady Banksia, which covers 8,600 squa...

Ajo Historical Society Museum

Located in the old St. Catherine's Indian Mission (at the end of Indian Village Road), the museum houses many artifacts and m...

Nature Conservancy's Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Preserve

The Preserve is one of the best-known and most popular places for birding in the U.S. More birders have seen their first Gray...

San Ignacio Golf Club

Course Access: Semi-PrivateHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 5 days...