Beatty's Guest House and Orchard

Address: 2173 East Miller Canyon Road, Hereford, Arizona, 85615, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 2173 East Miller Canyon Road, Hereford, is near Ramsey Canyon Preserve, Coronado National Memorial, Beatty's Miller Canyon Apiary & Orchard, and Arizona Folklore Preserve.
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      Travel Blogs from Hereford

      Deming to Bisbee 200 miles

      A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Feb 06, 2015

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... we made it and had a walk around town to see if we could get a beer which was really difficult as it was so hot, but no bars anywhere so back in the car and off to Tombstone. Then I read the guide and they say the town of Bisbee is a far more authentic mining town than Tombstone so we decide to go there instead. Rang ahead and found the Grand Hotel had one room left, what a lovely place when we got there, really old and best of all a saloon bar downstairs that had live music tonight. ...

      "Queen of the Copper Camps"

      A travel blog entry by sandyray on Feb 03, 2015

      20 photos

      ... s Queen Mine was one of the richest copper mines in history. The mine opened in 1877 and closed in the mid 1970's. The Queen Mine opened again as a tour for visitors in 1976. To take the tour we got outfitted in yellow slicker, helmet and miner's headlamp. We then boarded the mine train and descended 1500 feet into the mine. The tour was conducted by a miner who worked in the mines and told us stories ...

      "The Town Too Tough To Die"

      A travel blog entry by sandyray on Feb 01, 2015

      17 photos

      ... flocked to the area followed by saloon keepers, ladies of the evening, gamblers and men of dubious character. Tombstone had 110 saloons, including the elegant Crystal Palace and the Bird Cage, whose doors never closed. By 1881, Tombstone was the greatest boom town in the world. Within eight years the mines flooded beyond working and the miners moved on and Tombstone, the town that had faced shootings, ...

      Kartchner Caverns

      A travel blog entry by sandyray on Jan 31, 2015

      1 comment, 1 photo

      We left Tucson this morning and on our way we stopped at Kartchner Caverns for a tour. Kartchner Caverns are located southeast of Tucson. It was discovered In November 1974 by two young cavers, Gary Tenen and Randy Tufts,while they were exploring the limestone hills at the base of the Whetstone Mountains. In the bottom of a sinkhole they found ...

      In every life a little rain must fall...

      A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Oct 13, 2014

      7 photos

      ... us in and gave us a spiel about Tombstone that lasted longer than our own walking tour of the town. A “resort” this place was not, and I would be surprised if an episode of “American Hoarders” was not in her future. Under the heaps of junk piled in her office and on the side of the office and in back of the office I bet there are one or two Earps to be found, rotting away.

      We made the best of it and ate/drank ...