Accomodations and Camping
Lodging is available in five nearby towns, all easily accessible via Interstate 19.
For campgrounds, scroll down this page.
GREEN VALLEY (22 miles north of Tumacácori)
Best Western - 111 S. La Cañada Drive (520) 625-2250
Comfort Inn - 90 W. Esperanza (520) 399-3736
Chuparosa Inn Bed and Breakfast - Madera Canyon (520) 393-7370
Holiday Inn Express - 19200 S. I-19 (520) 625-0900
The Inn at San Ignacio - 1861 W. Demetrie Loop (520) 393-5700
Madera Kubo B&B - Madera Canyon (520) 625-2908
Santa Rita Lodge - Madera Canyon (520) 625-8746
Tubac Country Inn (B & B) - 13 Burruel Street (520) 398-3178
Tubac Secret Garden Inn (B & B) - 13 Placita de Anza (520) 398-9371
Tubac Golf Resort - One-half mile north of Tubac off of Frontage Road - (520) 398-2211 or 800-848-7893
RIO RICO (8 miles south of Tumacácori)
Esplendor Resort - 1069 Camino Caralampi (520) 281-1901 or 800-288-4746
Americana - 639 Grand Avenue (520) 287-7211
Arroyo Motel - 20 E. Doe Street (520) 287-4637
Best Western Siesta Motel - 637 N. Grand Avenue (520) 287-4671 or (800) 528-1234
Candlewood Suites - 875 N. Frank Reed Road (520) 281-1111
Hacienda Corona de Guevavi (B & B) - 348 S. River Road (520) 287-6503
Holiday Inn Express - 580 W. Shell Road (520) 281-0123
Super 8 Motel - 547 W. Mariposa Road (520) 281-2242
Uptown Motel - (only Spanish spoken) - 539 N. Grand Avenue (520) 287-3658
Camping is available in the Coronado National Forest in Madera Canyon, 38 miles north of Tumacácori in the Santa Rita Mountains, and at Peña Blanca Lake, 22 miles south, as well as at Patagonia Lake State Park, 34 miles south and east of Tumacácori, on state route 82. There are two RV parks located on East Frontage Road in Amado.
Bog Springs Campground - U.S. Forest Service
I-19 Exit 42 or 48, East Frontage Road in Amado. Open all year; daily, weekly, monthly, and annual rates; 82 units, waste disposal, full hook ups, swimming pool. No tents. (520) 398-8628
Mountain View RV Park
Patagonia Lake State Park
White Rock Campground - U.S. Forest Service
Did You Know?
Small pox and measles epidemics on numerous occasions killed far more people than all the Apache wars combined.