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Ramsey Canyon Cabins

3 sites · Lodging, RVs8 acres · AZ
Welcome to Ramsey Canyon Cabins where nature is at your doorstep! Come enjoy over a mile of trails, a busy bird garden and over 50 bird feeders throughout the 8 acres property. Coues deer, Goulds turkey, coatimundi and ringtail cats are just some of the wildlife that wander the property. With over a 1/4 mile of (seasonal) creek frontage, this is the place for ultimate relaxation. We offer 2 fully furnished cabins, 1 studio style unit(linens optional) and 2 RV parking spaces-up to 24 ft NO HOOKUPS
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LeRoy & Paula's Alpacas

2 sites · Tents12 acres · Sierra Vista, AZ
just a quick walk to the San Pedro River or a short drive to Tombstone and Bisbee.Learn more about this land:  Pitch your tent on four primitive acres and enjoy plenty of walking trails and enjoy a fire on our cool desert evenings.  Each site can accommodate 2 vehicles and 2 large tents.  The sites are surrounded by Mesquite trees (be mindful of the thorns). It's a short walk to the main house, where you will pass a herd of Alpacas to get water from our well.   Book a farm tour and learn all about the animals and why we raise them.  We love to share our love of Alpacas with everyone.  You can even take some Alpaca fiber with you by visiting our farm store. 
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Karla's Hummingbird Guest Ranch

6 sites · RVs, Tents8 acres · Huachuca City, AZ
Welcome to Karla's Hummingbird Guest Ranch! My private horse property is located in the Sky Islands area of South Eastern Arizona. I have 2 horses and lots of local birds hang out here. I offer 2 full hook-up spaces, one space is covered. Power is 50 AMPS! An RV must be under 12' to fit under the cover. I offer 3 dry camping options. You can book the new Tent Cabana-The Shady Rest- listing or you can dry camp by booking through my Tent and Vehicle Camping listing. There are no exact designated spaces for tent/vehicle camping. You can choose where you prefer to camp. The Shady Rest is weather-proof. The other cabana has a shade fabric top and it has a fire pit. There is a restroom/breakfast room off the pool area. The pool and pool house are available for your enjoyment. The pool house can also be used as a bedroom if weather is poor. I also have walking trails here. This is my private property, you and your gear are safe and secure. You can leave your campsite and go exploring, no one will bother your stuff. I have WiFi and great cell service here. You may have coffee with my horses if you like. There is a place to sit in the barn. They will munch hay and look at you. If you would like to feed them just ask me and I will show you what they can have. You may also sit by the arena and watch horses. Please feel free to walk around and enjoy the property! At night you will hear coyotes, you might see javilina. I've seen a bobcat a few times. There are lots of birds and some rabbits. I share it with the local wildlife. I am located just over an hour away from Tucson and 25 minutes off the 10. My place is 10 minutes from Coronado National Forest. The property is tranquil, peaceful, and quiet. We have beautiful sunsets and views all around. I supply the music, the resident Cactus Wrens, quail and assorted songbirds will sing to you all day long. You will see a lot of quail and other birds on the property. There are 2 varieties of quail who visit daily. And you will see Desert Cardinals, Cactus Wrens, Curved Billed Thrashers and all the song birds. My neighbours and I all have 4 acres minimum so no one is super close by. You can come here, walk or bike around, and walk your pets without being bothered by other dogs. This is a very safe and comfortable place for solo campers and families to enjoy! My ranch has a friendly, family-style vibe. This is staying at your friend's place. (unless your friends are losers.) Dry campers- Off the pool area there is a clean restroom in my back garage and a sink with hot water. There is a clean refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker available for your use. Each tent, and/or a place where people sleep is a campsite....in other words you can't book 1 tent camping site and then add your friends who come in their vehicle and set up a campsite. That is 2 campsites Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times when using the pool area. This included going to and from the restroom. Important! Please don't post any photos of my place on my listing or in your review. I can't remove them. I don't need photos of Tombstone or your dog on my listing. Thank you!
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18+ Artists' Nature Retreat

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents24 acres · Tombstone, AZ
Come stay a while on our earth-building based-artists' retreat homestead! We host people with all sorts of passions, and provide a space for growth, creativity, and memory making! Owned and operated by a nationally renowned artist and earth-building expert, Richard Ward, and managed by longtime nomad and entrepreneur Thea Margaret. There are thousands of opportunities to tour, learn, create, and get your hands dirty! The Homestead is directly next to hundreds of acres of BLM land, full of hills with an astounding history, hiking trails on ancient coral reefs, and wildlife abound! Speaking of historic, we are very conveniently situated between the old mining towns of Tombstone, Bisbee, and Sierra Vista, Arizona! See where and how the wild west was forged! Explore the Homestead, the land, or the towns! And come home to safety and comfort in one of our various sites. There is something for everyone here! Our available sites include the micro-home cottage, a developed primitive campsite designed for solitude, and tent / RV / Van sites within our community. Micro-Home cottage: From a touring tiny home on wheels to a remodeled tiny cob cottage, this space has all of the amenities travelers need for comfort, relaxation, and adventure! It comes with a comfortable, full-sized bed with a memory foam mattress, an outdoor kitchen, a refrigerator, seating area, and incredible views. Improved tent sites: Includes a platform to pitch your tent, access to camp kitchen, and a communal fire pit. "Primitive" tent site: Is secluded from the rest of the commune, nestled among the creosote and Ocotillo with stunning night skies, mountain views, and wildlife viewing opportunities galore! You have the option of visiting the main property or not see anyone at all during your stay. All sites include access to our shower house with on-demand hot water, community space with Wi-Fi and a composting commode and some pretty stellar views of its own. Laundry facilities, firewood and water fill-ups are available on the property as add-ons. ______ THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU BOOK • We are 2 miles down a dirt road. The road is passable by standard clearance 2-wheel drive vehicles (Civic, Prius, etc). It is not recommended for low-clearance vehicles or trailers over 16 ft as it can be tight and a bit rocky. • We are a nudist/naturalist/clothing-optional friendly community. There is no requirement to participate, but please know that others may and to be respectful of everyone. • Pets that are people and animal-friendly are welcome. Our dogs are friendly with other animals and are often off-leash outside. They may bark, but are friendly. For people with pets, do be mindful that we are off-grid in the wild of the desert and have every creature imaginable wild on the property. Including Coyotes, Javelina, Rattle Snakes, Scorpions, Bob Cats and more. You are responsible for the care and cleanup of your pets. • We are an 18+ property and can not host children. • We are a pack-in-pack-out leave no trace campground! We do not have septic or flush toilets on the property. We use a composting toilet system and do require any self-contained units to have black and grey water tanks. Please plan on taking all of your trash with you. • For our shower, laundry, and kitchen facilities we ask that you only use biodegradable soaps to protect our plants and trees. If you do not have biodegradable soaps we can provide them for you. • We offer paid private classes for you and your group covering everything from nature plant walks, to pottery and ceramics, to off grid building and education. If you are interested in learning more about off-grid living send us a message and we can let you know what we have available during your stay.
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Misfit acres

2 sites · RVs4 acres · Hereford, AZ
Approximately 5 miles as a crow flys from Mexico 15 minutes from bisbee az. Nice Mountain View’s cooler temps as elevation is 4600 ft. Water avail. 50 amp avail. No showers bring a quad lots of BLM trails in huachuca mountains Coronado monument is about 4 miles by car Can accommodate 40 foot rv.
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Sanctuary at Sonoita Creek

4 sites · RVs1 acre · Patagonia, AZ
Sanctuary at Sonoita Creek was created as a place to enjoy the unique treasures of Patagonia, AZ.  We wanted to provide a haven for people who value the outdoors to gather and take advantage of the recreational aspects of the area and also be walking distance to town.  Our property was once a trailer court.  We've done a huge renovation to provide RV spaces, a vintage trailer rental and tent camping.
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Barrio de Barro

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Bisbee, AZ
The land we inhabit since late 2018 is a 2.5 acre semi-residential homestead in progress! We are dedicated to living in harmony with the natural systems of the beautiful Madrean Sky Islands región that we call home. At the homestead we focus on natural building, restoring the land, producing food, and building resilient and sustainable community in this binational area. We are 5 minutes from Naco, Sonora (MX) and 8 minutes from old Bisbee. Within 30 - 60 min drive you can find endless opportunities for adventure including the large Coronado National Forest, multiple National Park Service sites, quirky towns, adventures in Mexico, and much more.
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The Desert Oasis Campground

22 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents100 acres · Mc Neal, AZ
At A "MILD" 4200 Feet Above Sea Level, the campground is on an Arizona desert oasis. For those who love the outdoors, the campground has a panoramic view of the Mule, Swiss Helm, Perillo, Chiricahua, and Dragoon mountains and is located just outside the quaint, historic city of Bisbee, Arizona. In winter, the dry desert air makes it feel a few degrees warmer than the thermometer indicates. Located on a 120-acre ranch we are pet friendly and have over 3 miles of hiking trails. Our accommodations also include camping cabins and RV rentals. For your enjoyment, we have a large well-equipped recreation center with a tv lounge, darts, ping-pong table, and pool table. The Clubhouse also comes equipped with bathrooms and a shower.
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Homestead

3 sites · RVs8 acres · Sierra Vista, AZ
The homestead is located against state land with 3 gravel pads for RVs. Water is available to fill up. We are conveniently located near Tombstone, Bisbee, and Fort Huachuca. There are numerous hiking and sightseeing areas in the Ramsey and Carr Canyon, as well as bird watching in the San Pedro Valley. Sierra Vista is minutes away for all your everyday needs Check out the Cochise County website to see all the exciting events, and activities offered nearby https://www.facebook.com/ExploreCochise
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Rancho del Nido RV Horse Camp

5 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Sonoita, AZ
This exceptional property lies surrounded by scenic mountains as far as the eye can see. Averages 13 degrees cooler than the lower desert of nearby Tucson because of its 5000ft elevation. When you ride out on the Empire Ranch you feel miles away from anything and a 100 years back in time.Learn more about this land:Rancho del Nido Stables RV Horse Camp & Boarding - this ranch will become your "Little Piece of Heaven"! This exceptional property lies surrounded by scenic mountains as far as the eye can see. Averages 13 degrees cooler than the lower desert of nearby Tucson because of its 5000ft elevation. When you ride out on the Empire Ranch, you will feel miles away from anything and a 100 years back in time.Beautiful views of high desert grasslands with mountains all around. Each RV site includes a pen for your horse. Arenas on-site. Endless trail riding on Empire Ranch.
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Thousand Oaks

2 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Patagonia, AZ
The home was built by my parents in ‘82. My Mom was an avid hiker and outdoors person. She collected and planted agave pups in the yard and tended to them over the years. Because they’re watered and the pups are removed each spring they continue to grow to mammoth size. Once they bloom the plant dies. 3 have bloomed, producing 40’ stalks. Agave Americana.Learn more about this land: Nestled in a canyon full of giant oak trees , you’ll be amazed that you’re in southern Arizona. The dirt road is ideal for walks and bicycle rides. The property is 4 miles from the town of patagonia, just 2 miles in from highway 82. Patagonia lake state park is 9 miles away. There is a hammock & picnic table in the upper yard surrounded by mammoth agave plants and oaks. There is much info online for visitors to this area including There are 2 sites available but I prefer not to rent them simultaneously, unless the groups are together since they’re very close together. ( not much privacy). THE 15 BEST Things to Do in Patagonia - 2021 (with Photos) -available at trip advisor online Look up Sky Islands Arizona - Discover Patagonia, Sonoita & Elgin Disclosure: I am a drummer and often have practice and rehearsals in my home. The basement is approx. 300 yards from the campsite.  There may be heard a thump thump in the distance at times.  Rehearsals never last after 8:30 pm Also I have 2 elderly cats that lounge around outside, usually pretty far from the site but free to wander during the day. (If you have a dog that adamantly chases cats with killer instinct , this could become a problem. )
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Expansive Desert Views

1 site · RV, Tent20 acres · Palominas, AZ
This property is at the base of the Mule Mountains with views looking over the San Pedro River to the Huachuca Mountains, the lights of Sierra Vista and San Pedro Mexico. It's two miles away from the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area, a popular trailhead for birdwatchers, hikers, and mountain bikers. It's just a 30 minute drive to Old Bisbee, a historic mining town with a vibrant music and art scene. Also within a half hour drive, you can reach the Coronado National Monument, or Miller Canyon. And... if you happen to fly a paramotor, you hit the jackpot. Just next to the camping spot, there is a landing zone. If you want to fly here, please get familiar with the local airspace. The riparian area has a 2000' requested minimum altitude. West of the river is restricted airspace and the boarder defense zone starts just six miles to the South. Heading to the North, then East, you are all clear. It's best to fly when the wind is coming from the West or South.
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Scenic hiking trails, abundant flora and fauna, and a location right next to the Mexican border make Coronado a go-to location for nature lovers and history buffs alike.

The rich history of the area centers around the 16th-century Coronado Expedition. The 1540-1542 Spanish/European expedition greatly affected the evolution of the American Southwest. Many indigenous cultures were touched by violence, but the collisions created the region we know today.

Coronado serves up over eight miles of hiking trails ranging from easy to difficult. Looking for a strenuous workout? Tackle the 2-mile Yaqui Ridge Trail, which features a steep descent right to the Mexican border. Alternatively, hit the Crest Trail, which sends you 4 miles to Miller Peak, the highest mountain of the area. Beginners may find the 0.8-mile Coronado Peak Trail more to their liking. This scenic stretch provides gorgeous views of Mexico and the San Pedro River. Whichever trail experience you choose, take advantage of the park's convenient shuttle service.

Feel like getting into a spot of spelunking? Grab a friend and a couple of flashlights and explore Coronado Cave. This 600-foot natural crevice may have served as a temporary home for humans as long as 8,000 years ago. The entrance is a quarter-mile away from the park's visitor center. No permit is required for exploring this area, as it's spacious enough for beginners. It's only open from dawn till dusk, though, so leave your sleeping bags at home.

Coronado's also a great location for birdwatching enthusiasts. Both migratory and year-round species make homes in the area. The park even provides a convenient, detailed checklist of the region's 100 most common birds. You'll never confuse your red-naped sapsuckers for your dusky-capped flycatchers again.

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