Eastern Arizona

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Eastern Arizona - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Blue Range Primitive Area

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    Lovingly referred to by locals as "the Blue," these unspoiled 170,000 acres about 60 miles south of Springerville-Eagar are the last designated...Read More

  • 2. Butterfly Lodge Museum


    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Butterfly Lodge Museum was built as a hunting lodge in 1914 for author James Willard...Read More

  • 3. Casa Malpais Archaeological Park


    Built in the 13th century, the pueblo complex at 14½-acre Casa Malpais Archaeological Park has a series of narrow terraces lining eroded edges...Read More

  • 4. Coronado Trail

    Scenic Drive

    Surely one of the world's curviest roads, the twisting Coronado Trail portion of U.S. 191 was referred to as the Devil's Highway in its prior...Read More

  • 5. Fort Apache Historical Park

    Indigenous Sight

    One entrance price buys access to three great places to visit on the Fort Apache Reservation. The Fort Apache Historical Park harks back to...Read More

  • 6. Fort Apache Indian Reservation

    Visitor Center

    The elevation of the tribal lands ranges from 3,000 feet at the bottom of Salt River to 11,000 feet in the White Mountains, and the area provides...Read More

  • 7. Hannagan Meadow


    Remote even for Eastern Arizona standards, Hannagan Meadow is located along the picturesque Coronado Trail. Stop and have a bite to eat at the...Read More

  • 8. Renée Cushman Art Collection Museum


    One of the highlights of the Springerville Heritage Center is the Renée Cushman Art Collection Museum, which holds an extensive collection of...Read More

  • 9. San Carlos Apache Cultural Center


    Exhibits on Apache history and culture are displayed at the San Carlos Apache Cultural Center, along with explanations of cultural traditions...Read More

  • 10. San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation

    Visitor Center

    Established in 1871 for various Apache tribes, the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation covers 1.8 million acres southeast of Salt River Canyon...Read More

  • 11. Stinson Museum


    James Stinson, the first rancher in the valley, was the original resident of this small adobe home that once served as a schoolhouse. William...Read More

  • 12. Taylor Museum


    A small local museum with pioneer and Native American exhibits, the Taylor Museum celebrates July 4th by "firing the anvil" to begin the day...Read More

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