Clifton, Arizona

Upcoming Events in Clifton Arizona


1 Cinco De Mayo Festival - The Cinco de Mayo Festival honors the Hispanic community's many contributions to the Greenlee County. This free event features family-friendly entertainment and musical performances, food vendors, arts & crafts, and children's activities. The Cinco de Mayo Celebration is sponsored by the Greenlee County Chamber of Commerce.

Ph: 928-865-3313 (Always call and confirm events)


23 American Legion Veterans Parade - Parade starts at 10:00 a.m.
Free tent camping at the RV Park on the night of the 7th for overnight camping.

Ph: 928-865-9064 (Always call and confirm events)


16 Annual Festival of Lights - Clifton's Festival of Lights is Greenlee County's unique celebration, ringing in the beginning of the holiday season for residents and visitors alike. The event has continued to grow each year and is featured in newspapers as a "must see" event. The fun and hospitality of the Historical Chase Creek Mainstreet provides the setting for wonderful sights, enjoyable family activities and a variety of vendors featuring great food and holiday items.

Ph: 928-865-3313 (Always call and confirm events)

Attractions and Upcoming Events

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

Clifton Historic Downtown District

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

Clifton, AZ Tours

Things to do near Clifton, AZ

Madonna of the Trail

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Lyman State Park Trails

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Shoofly Indian Archaeological Site

A self-guided tour through this ancient village site will show you how the native people lived here between AD 1000 and 1250....

Pioneer Hotel Building

The building was constructed about 1907 as a gentlemen's club. On the roof is a large skylight, on the fourth floor the middl...

The Eder House

This Colonial Revival home was built in 1905 of unbaked adobe and has a hip roof and a full-width veranda. It was originally ...