Free tours every Saturday & Sunday, 11am & 2pm. Take a step back in time with this guided 45-minute tour of the historic Erickson family ranch house and grounds. Schedule subject to change - check with the visitor center for details.
Every Second Saturday of the month, wine lovers visit Mustang Mall in Sunizona (Hwy 191 & Hwy 181) about 45 minutes from Willcox for free tastes of local wines from 1-4pm. This outpost in the heart of Cochise County offers a wide variety of local wines in its "Cochise Corner" wine shop (many from wineries with no tasting rooms open to the public), along with gas, groceries, & tack.
One of Tucson's largest events each year, the Gem Show happens in multiple locations throughout downtown & central Tucson and attracts visitors from all over the world. Most shows are open to the public with free admission. Treasure hunters will find a wide variety of jewelry, jewelry-making supplies, gems, minerals, collectibles, fossils, & more. Tucson is just a little over a one-hour drive on I-10 from our campground in Willcox.
Join the 6th Annual Texas Canyon Trail Run hosted by the Amerind Museum! 5K and 10K courses take you through picturesque terrain not usually open to the public. All ages welcome. Race registration also includes free entry to the museum & art gallery.
Enjoy this lively local wine tasting event in historic Tombstone, AZ! Held twice a year (first weekend of April & October) right in the heart of "The Town Too Tough to Die", this 2-day celebration offers local wine, food, & music. Time: Saturday, April 6th from 11am to 6pm, Sunday, April 7th from 11am to 4pm.
3rd Annual Wine, Art & History Festival presented by the Graham County Chamber of Commerce & City of Safford, Arizona. Local wine, live music, food & craft vendors -- all on the lawn of Safford City Hall about 45 miles north of our campground.
An annual community event highlighting the rich western heritage of Willcox, Arizona! A weekend of family fun, country music, western vendors, rodeo, & a chuck wagon cook-off.
This twice-a-year wine festival highlights the Willcox wine region. Enjoy live music, a variety of vendors, & wine tasting under the big shade trees of Historic Railroad Park. Located in the heart of historic downtown Willcox, the festival is free to attend (festival-goers may purchase wine tasting tickets & glasses if desired). Located just steps away from museums, restaurants, art galleries, shops & more in the downtown district.
An incredibly unique fitness challenge which attracts visitors from all over the world. Now in its 29th year in the picturesque old mining town of Bisbee & located about 90 minutes from our campground right here in Cochise County.