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As a year round vacation destination, Southern Arizona has something to offer everyone.

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Kartchner Caverns State Park

Kartchner Caverns State Park is a state park with a fantastic history. When you visit the caverns, you’ll get you to witness the formations of stalactites and stalagmites. The caverns were once kept secret for nearly a decade to keep it safe from the general public. After a lengthy legal process, Arizona acquired the property. Now it's protected a park for everyone to visit and enjoy.

Tombstone Arizona

Tombstone is best known for its roost in the saga of the wild west. This historic park will take you back into history as you walk down the dusty main street and explore this once vibrant town. You can watch the reenactments of an 1881 cowboy gunfight or check out the replica gallows. There is no end to the excitement when you visit Tombstone.

Coronado National Park

While on your vacation in Benson, AZ, you may want to take time to get away from it all and enjoy the Arizona scenery. Coronado National Park is full of fun and diverse activities. They offer bike trails, camping, and cabin sites, fishing, horseback riding, nature walks picnicking, scenic driving, water activities winter sports and a lot more. There’s never a dull moment when you visit Coronado National Park.

Holy Trinity Monastery

The Holy Trinity Monastery is a renewal and retreat for individuals and groups. It’s a semi-contemplative community keeping the traditions of hospitality. They offer guest house facilities for retreats. When you stay at the Holy Trinity, you’re invited to participate in exercises of silence, solitude, simple living community, and personal prayer.

Mission San Xavier del Bac

The mission's goal is to serve the needs of the local community and ministering to the religious needs of its parishioners. This beautiful structure is located just nine short miles south of downtown Tucson, AZ.

Pima Air & Space Museum

During the 1960s, many of the aircrafts from World War II and the 1950s were quickly being disposed of in smelters along with their historical footprint in aviation history. Some aircraft were put on display near a fence for passersby to see. The display soon became a tourist destination and eventually evolved into the museum it is today.

Titan Missile Museum

This unique historical facility if the former Titan II launch complex 571-7. I was a vital missile launching site during the Cold War between 1963 and 1987. After the site came off alert in Nov of 1982, the work to transform the site into a museum began. In 1994, the museum was officially designated a National Historic Landmark.
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