- Discovered in 1978 by Gary Tenen and
Randy Tufts, this extensive underground cavern complex
provides a fascinating day trip and is located just 12 miles
from the resort.
Tombstone - "The Town too Tough to Die" is famous for the
shootout at the OK Corral. Just 28 miles from the resort, no
trip to Southeastern Arizona would be complete without a visit
Old Bisbee - Famous for its high grade copper ore mines,
Bisbee is rich in western lore and interesting shops. Located
51 miles from the resort, this town is worth a visit.
National Park - Saguaro cacti
provide their sweet fruits to hungry desert animals. They also
provide homes to a variety of birds, such as the Harris’ hawk,
Gila woodpecker and the tiny elf owl. Visit this fascinating
are during your stay with us.
Fort Bowie - Fort Bowie
commemorates in its 1000 acres, the story of the bitter
conflict between the Chiricahua Apaches and the United States
National Park and Cochise Stronghold -Located
to the west of Sunsites, Arizona in the Dragoon Mountains at
an elevation of 5,000' Cochise Stronghold is the rugged
natural fortress used as a base for 15 years by the famed
Chiricahua Apache Chief, Cochise.
Mission San Xavier del Bac - San Xavier del Bac, Arizona,
is a beautifully preserved gem of the late Baroque style of
New Spain. Completed in 1797, it stands in the San Xavier
District of Tohono O'odham Nation, about twelve miles south of
National Monument - Name after the Spanish explorer
Vásquez de Coronado, this park offers a
glimpse of what Coronado must have seen so many years ago.
Historic Fort Huachuca - Originally founded by Captain
Whitside of the U.S. 6th Cavalry, was established in the
foothills of the Huachuca Mountains and still operates as an
active military post.