Plan Your Visit

Welcome to Chiricahua National Monument!

Chiricahua National Monument is truly one of the National Park Service's hidden gems. If you are willing to drive the 37 miles to the park from the interstate, you will be surprised to discover a mountain wonderland of trees, charismatic wildlife, and amazing balanced rocks and towering pinnacles that make this place so awe-inspiring. Come explore, whether on foot on the miles of hiking trails or by vehicle along the scenic drive. Planning your adventure starts here!

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How to Get Here...

Chiricahua National Monument is off the beaten path, but is well worth the journey.

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Things To Do

Find out about hiking, the scenic drive, picnicing, camping, horseback riding, birding or watching wildlife.

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Chiricahua offers a range of day hiking options from easy to strenuous.

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Guided Tours and Programs

Join a park ranger or park volunteer to learn more about the park

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Current Conditions

Check out the current conditions, weather, and climate throughout Chiricahua

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Maps to help you find your way and plan your trip to Chiricahua

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Find out more about Bonita Canyon Campground and how to reserve a campsite

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Travel Tips

Travel and safety tips to consider when planning your trip to Chiricahua

Last updated: April 20, 2017

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

12856 E Rhyolite Creek Rd
Willcox, AZ 85643


520 824-3560

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