Whether your enjoy hiking or biking, are looking for adventures, want to relax and get away from it all, meet artists in local galleries or learn about ancient cultures and experience the Old West - Rancho Milagro B&B will be your perfect home base.
Go bird watching in one of the most desirable locations of the USA
Best known for the 300 different types of bird species observed and is one of the few remaining sites in Arizona where the once-common forest type still exists.
Ramsey Canyon, located within the Upper San Pedro River Basin in southeastern Arizona, is renowned for its outstanding scenic beauty and the diversity of its plant and animal life, including fourteen species of hummingbirds.
Visit our historical sites and art galleries
Step Back...to a place steeped in the mining, ranching, and railroad history that built the West. Step back to a place where residents share stories at the post office and local businesses, galleries and stores are still owned by local people.
That name means many things to many people. It creates images of gunfights and dusty streets, whiskey and Faro games, Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday and a plethora of old western movie scenes. "The Town Too Tough to Die".
Stroll its sidewalks and find delight in the many art galleries, gourmet restaurants, coffee houses, book stores and specialty shops, and enjoy a tour of the historic underground mine.
Tubac is Southern Arizona's growing artist colony! Enjoy visiting its many galleries, shops and restaurants. Located in the Santa Cruz River Valley, Tubac, AZ has a 250-year-old Spanish history. Just a few minutes away is the beautifully preserved Mission de Tumacacori.
Visit historic Fort Huachuca and its famous museum and learn about the Old West and Indian wars, and the role the Buffalo Soldiers played in the development of Southern Arizona.