An easy 80-mile drive east of Tucson, this new KOA offers an idyllic high-desert getaway in the shadow of 10,720-foot Graham Peak. Explore the sheer cliffs and granite domes of Cochise Stronghold, named for the famed Apache chief, and stop by Fort Bowie National Historic Site. Nearby, the striking rock pinnacles and diverse habitats of Chiricahua National Monument make this a prime destination for birding and hiking. The Wild West frontier town of Tombstone is about an hour away. You are in the heart of Cochise County's wine region, home to several tasting rooms set among scenic vineyards. Back at camp, dig in to seasonal breakfasts/dinners in the KOA Roadrunner Kafe or on our large covered patio, enjoy hand-dipped ice cream and check out the variety of group activities. Browse the camp store for groceries, RV supplies and unique gifts. You'll also find an RV/truck wash right next door. Pool: Open all year. Max pull thru: 110 feet.