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Tumacacori National Historical Park

Tumacacori National Historical Park in the upper Santa Cruz River Valley of southern Arziona is comprised of the abandoned ruins of three ancient Spanish colonial missions. The Park is located on 45 acres in three separate units. San José de Tumacácori and Los Santos Á

Nogales, AZ Archaeology

Patagonia Roadside Rest

Almost as well known as the Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Preserve, the Roadside Rest is the best place to look for the Rose-throated becard, varied bunting, Indigo bunting, and Zone-tailed hawk.

Patagonia, AZ Birdwatching

Kino Springs Golf Club

Kino Springs, though relatively short, challenges all golfers. Its two distinct nines feature small greens and narrow fairways that begin in meadowlands, then wind its way into the canyons before returning to the meadows. Our 4,000

Nogales, AZ Golf Courses

Mainstreet Historic Tours

Architectural buffs will have a heyday in Nogales. Of course, there's the predominant Sonoran Style. But there are also fine examples of Queen Anne Cottage, Second Empire, Spanish Colonial, Pueblo Revival, Mediterranean Style, and Bungalow Style all within the downtown area.

Nogales, AZ Tours



Crawford Street Historic District

Merchants and professionals carried on a long tradition of a robust commercial center and their profits built the stately homes that still grace Crawford Street. Built by Edward Titcomb about 1905, the mansion located at 432 W. Crawford was renovated to its current glory in the early 1970

Nogales, AZ Historic Districts

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 hawks here than anywhere else. The streamside or riparian habitat found along Sonoita Creek contains some of the richest habitat remaining in Southern Arizona. More than 3

Patagonia, AZ Nature Preserves

Woolworth Company

The Woolworth Company was constructed in 1917

Nogales, AZ Historic Buildings

Palo Duro Creek Golf Course

Built on the historic Simmons Ranch, the Palo Duro Creek Golf Course is laid out in desert canyons and foothills, and finishes with three holes bordering one of Arizona'

Nogales, AZ Golf Courses

Sacred Heart Church

Sacred Heart Church was built in 1897. The materials used in construction of Sacred Heart Church, including the pews hewn from Spanish Cedar, were furnished by pioneer Nogales industrial firm, Roy &

Nogales, AZ Historic Churches

Jesse Hendrix Hummingbird Ranch

According to the National Audubon Society, the American Birding Association and other sources, this ranch has the largest number of hummers that anyone has seen in one spot in the U.S. Jesse Hendrix puts about 150

Nogales, AZ Birdwatching

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