Mine Manager's House Inn

601 W. Greenway Dr., Ajo, Arizona, 85321, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Ajo

Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument

A travel blog entry by raroboy


... desert Marigolds and some Mexican gold poppies – so if someone talks about the desert is sand and stone only… they should come here: this is a green desert and at the moment with a lot of flowering plants and shrubs

We also love to watch the sunsets in the desert and go out in the night and look up into the sky to see all the stars blinking down to us… or we love to watch the full moon rise up over ...

More Hiking and Free WIFI

A travel blog entry by batttravels


... 5 people a day are allowed on this trail. So we signed up to go on it the next day. Dripping Springs is an easy 3/4 mile hike on the desert floor then straight up an eighth of a mile (half way up the mountain and why only 5 people are allowed at a time) to a rock that drips water.....all year round. Then if we choose to we could go all the way up to the top of the mountain for a beautiful view....we did, it was!

I have to tell you this cause it was ...

Unexpected splendour

A travel blog entry by beadledove


... The Saguaro cactus is fasinating. They primarily grow in the Sonoran Desert in Arizona and usually live 40 to 60 years (some have lived to 150 years). They grow very slow, e.g., a 10 year old cactus might be 1.5 inches. They don't start growing their "arms" or spears until the age of 70 to 75. This is also the home of wild pigs, coyotes, mule deer, hawks, falcons, various birds, ...

Let's play count the cacti!

A travel blog entry by steppingout


... 1880's abandoned copper mine. We were quite proud of the boys for being able to hike that far!

Zak also celebrated his 8th birthday. The first time he has not celebrated this big day at home without friends to hang out with, but he thought that this birthday was the best so far!

We much enjoy the Sonoran desert and the beautiful vistas of this region, and are looking forward to exploring more of the area.

More Amazing Cactus at Organ Pipe!

A travel blog entry by mcgovern


... 8217;t make any sense. When we got to Organ Pipe it was late, so we got our junior ranger books and then went on a short hike to see the sunset. On the hike we saw really prickly cactus, and Emma got pricked by one. She was walking and it got stuck on the top of her shoe and we couldn’t get it out, so she had to take ...


This B&B, located on 601 W. Greenway Dr., Ajo, is near Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge and Santa Catalina Passage.
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