Hacienda Corona de Guevavi
348 South River Road, HC2 Box 96, Nogales, AZ, USAhttp://www.haciendacorona.com(520) 287-6503 | (888) 287-6502
Patagonia Lake Roadhttp://azstateparks.com/parks/pala/index.html(520) 287-5525Tucked away in the rolling hills of southeastern Arizona is a hidden treasure. Patagonia Lake State Park was established in 1975 as a state park and is an ideal place to find whitetail deer roaming the hills and great blue herons walking the shoreline. The campground overlooks a 265-acre man-made lake where anglers catch crappie, bass, bluegill, and catfish. Trout is stocked every three weeks from October through March. The tracks of the New Mexico/Arizona railroad lie beneath the lake and remnants of the old historic line may be found at the Nature Conservancy in Patagonia. Hikers can stroll along the beautiful creek trail and see a variety of birds such as the canyon towhee, Inca dove, vermilion flycatcher, black vulture, and several species of hummingbirds.
Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Preserve
150 Blue Haven Roadhttp://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica/unitedstates/arizona/placesweprotect/patagIn a verdant floodplain valley between the Patagonia and Santa Rita Mountains of southeastern Arizona, within the watershed of Sonoita Creek, lies some of the richest of the remaining riparian (streamside) habitat in the region. One of a few remaining permanent streams, it provides for a wide array of diverse species from endangered fishes to butterflies and birds.
Tubac Presidio State Historic Park
1 Burruel Streethttp://azstateparks.com/parks/TUPR/index.html(520) 398-2252The church and the military were the vanguards of Spanish frontier expansion throughout New Spain. The Jesuit, Eusebio Francisco Kino, established missions from 1687 to 1711 to christianize and control Native Americans in the area. He established nearby Tumacacori in 1691, and Tubac, then a small Piman village, became a mission farm and ranch. Spanish Colonists began to settle here during the 1730s, irrigating and farming the lands along the river and raising cattle, sheep and goats on the northern frontier of Spain's New World empire.
Pimeria Alta Historical Museum
136 North Grand Avenuehttp://planetnogales.com/pimeriaalta.php(520) 287-4621The Pimeria Alta History Museum is located on Grand Avenue in Nogales, Arizona, one block north of the DeConcini Port of Entry. The museum is in a historic building itself, which was once the Nogales city hall and jail. Staffed by knowledgable and very friendly volunteers, the Pimeria Alta museum is fillled with interesting information and exhibits related to the rich history of Ambos Nogales and Santa Cruz County, all free of charge (although donations are accepted).
Tubac Presidio Museum
1 Burrel Streethttp://azstateparks.com/parks/TUPR/facilities.html(520) 398-2252The Tubac Presidio Museum houses interpretive exhibits with many original artifacts including early Native American archaeological and ethnographic collections, Spanish Colonial and Missions, Mining, Ranching, Civil War, Arizona Territorial Period, Women and Children, and the original Washington Printing Press that printed the first newspaper in Arizona in 1859.
1069 Camino Caralampihttp://www.esplendor-resort.com/rio-rico-golf.aspx(520) 281-1901Treat yourself to 18 magnificent holes at one of Arizona's finest golf courses, our own Rio Rico Golf Club Resort in southern Arizona. Robert Trent Jones Sr .designed our championship Rio Rico golf course, which was one of his first courses.
Tubac Golf Resort
1 Avenue de Oterohttp://www.tubacgolfresort.com(800) 848-7893Tubac Golf Resort & Spa is the most luxurious and tranquil vacation destination in the Southwest. Set on the historic 500-acre Otero Ranch in the Santa Cruz River Valley, the Spanish Colonial architecture and lush grounds are enhanced by magnificent views of the Tumacacori and Santa Rita mountain peaks.
Kino Springs Country Club
187 Kino Springs Drivehttp://www.kinospringsgc.com(520) 287-8701Kino Springs Golf Course is located on the historic Estancia Yerba Buena Ranch, right in the middle of ranching country. You’ll find waving grasslands studded with mesquite and oaks under a vast blue sky and cottonwoods along the Santa Cruz River. Lying on a major North American flyway, Kino Springs is well known to savvy birdwatchers. You’re likely to see flycatchers, orioles, kingfishers, gray hawks, and many more.
Paul Bond Boot Co
915 West Paul Bond Drivehttp://www.paulbondboots.com(520) 281-0512Hand making custom cowboy boots for men & women, cowboys & cowgirls, is an adventure like no other, and there is no one better qualified than Paul Bond Custom Boots to handcraft your Custom Western Boots.
La Cucaracha De Tubac
4 Plaza Rd # Ahttp://www.cucarachadetubac.com(520) 398-3165Upon arriving to La Entrada de Tubac, you will find many shops that pave the way to this enchanting, artistic, touristic and cultural town. Amidst these shops is La Cucaracha de Tubac, which is a store that imports all its products from Mexico, thus bringing the authenticity of our neighbor country to you. The items presented on this site are merely a fraction of the many items that our store carries.Your caterer to the roots of Mexico is Angel Fernandez, who for more than 20 years has been providing southern Arizona and northern Mexico with an array of Mexico's mementos and treasures. Come and allow him to walk you through color, time, form and space that has permeated through historical time and can now be part of your living environment.
Old World Imports (the Rug Store)
7 Plaza Rd, Tubac, AZhttp://www.tubacrugs.com520.398.2369While discovering our outstanding collection of hand made rugs, you will be enchanted by our fine furnishings and artful home accents that we personally select from around the world. Allow us to professionally help you select that perfect piece that will appeal to the artist and designer in you.
K Newby Gallery and Sculpture Garden
15 Tubac Roadhttp://www.newbygallery.com(520) 398-9662Since 1988, Newby Gallery has exhibited an extensive range of artists, genres, and mediums. Our mission is to provide exceptional choices and services to our collectors while supporting our artists and charitable organizations we believe in. We represent artists who have achieved the highest levels of recognition in the art world alongside emerging talent whose work is breakthrough in style and technique and an enhancement to our collection. In our 20 years the K Newby Gallery and Sculpture Garden has maintained a reputation as one of the finest galleries in the US. The gallery has been one of the leading forces in the Tubac art community, as well as playing a large part in the entire village.
Santa Cruz Chili and Spice
1868 East Frontage Roadhttp://www.santacruzchili.com(520) 398-2591Santa Cruz Chili & Spice Company is both a manufacturer and retailer of fine chili products. At our Spice Center in Tumacacori, Arizona we sell, along with Santa Cruz Products, a wide variety of gourmet Southwestern foods, cookbooks and a large selection of spices and herbs. We also have a quaint Western Museum documenting the rich history of the area.
336 Elgin Roadhttp://www.callaghanvineyards.com(520) 455-5322Located in the rolling oak-dotted hills of southeastern Arizona, at an elevation of 4800 feet, Callaghan Vineyards produces rich, complex red and white wines from its 25 acre vineyard. Mediterranean and Spanish varietals - Tempranillo, Mourvedre, Petit Verdot, Petite Sirah and Grenache - are the basic building blocks for our red blends, while Viognier and Riesling are blended for our estate white wine. Come join us, relax and taste our wines. We’re just one hour south of Tucson. Callaghan Vineyard is open to the public Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from 11-3pm.
290 Elgin Canelo Roadhttp://www.sonoitavineyards.com(520) 455-5893The oldest commercial vineyard a in tnd winery in Arizona, Sonoita Vineyards opened in 1983 and now includes over 25 acres of vines. Aided by the unique growing conditions of the Sonoita Appellation, the vineyard consistently creates award winning wines, including a Cabernet Sauvignon chosen by national wine critics to serve at a Presidential Inauguration Gala. Perched at an elevation of 5,000 feet among rolling grasslands, the vineyard is surrounded on three sides by soaring mountain ranges. The varieties grown on the estate today include Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Sangiovese and Mission.
Dos Cabezas WineWorks
3248 Arizona 82http://www.doscabezaswinery.com(520) 455-5141Our winery is located in the heart of “downtown” Sonoita. This unique space, with a character typical of area has grown with us through the years. It houses our tasting room, crush pad, barrel storage rooms, bottling space, case storage & an apartment for visiting friends & family.
Canelo Hills Vineyard & Winery
342 Elgin Roadhttp://www.canelohillswinery.com(520) 455-5499In 2003 a doctor, a counselor and a classical singer, in true pioneering spirit, moseyed on down to the rolling ranchlands of Sonoita to plant some wine grapes. Now they harness Arizona-grown grapes to make award winning, old world style wines.
370 Elgin Roadhttp://www.kj-vineyards.com(520) 455-5582Nestled within a picturesque valley high above the Arizona Desert, Sonoita's warm days and cool nights provide even ripening while retaining balance and complexity, allowing our small family run winery to produce high quality, hand-crafted wines.
Rancho Rossa Vineyards
201 cattle Ranch Ln.http://www.ranchorossa.com(520) 455-0700Rancho Rossa Vineyards is one of the largest family owned wineries in the Sonoita AVA. We produce about 1100 cases of wine each year from our 24 acres of estate fruit. We do not purchase any fruit or bulk wine and we are proudly the only winery in the area that can say that. We specialize in ultra-premium dry varietal bottling's.
28802 South Nogales Highwayhttp://www.cowpalacerestaurant.com(520) 398-8000The Cow Palace was established upon the site of an old general store in the days of Otho Kinsley. Otho established the Kinsley Ranch in 1920 and became famous for furnishing bucking horses and Brahma bulls to the now famous Fiesta de Los Vaqueros Rodeo. Since then, the Cow Palace Restaurant and Bar remains one of this area's most well known attractions. Old timers report that on occasion the Cow Palace became a theatre. The dining room would be cleared and a movie projector and screen would be setup for the patrons to enjoy a film.
19 Tubac Roadhttp://shelbysbistro.com(520) 398-8075Shelby’s is bold, Mediterranean style cuisine executed with precision and clarity. Though most customers probably know Shelby's Bistro for it’s bustling lunch business, you really haven't experienced Shelby's versatility until you've tasted their dinner menu.