Stage Stop Inn

Address: 303 West Mckeown, Patagonia, Arizona, 85624, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 303 West Mckeown, Patagonia, is near Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Preserve and Parker Canyon Lake.
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      Travel Blogs from Patagonia

      Still In Arizona!

      A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Dec 14, 2014

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      ... campground that gives campers a great vantage point.

      While we walked around the lake, we were a little more alert than usual. There were recent sightings of bear in the area, as well as warnings that this area is Puma territory! Oh no....where's my bear/lion attack dog when I need him?

      The landscape in this part of Arizona looks decidedly different from what we've traveled through recently. ...

      December Already, Oh My!

      A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Dec 07, 2014

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      ... it when you can hear the booms from the Army practice their bombing runs. Wait.....what?



      Well, that's what we have at Apache Flats RV Park here on Fort Huachuca Army Base.
      The base covers 76,000 acres of high desert, surrounded by the Huachuca Mountains. It's located in Sierra Vista, only 15 miles north of the border of Mexico. The base was built in 1877, in an attemp to counter ...

      This Adventure Ends

      A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Dec 03, 2014

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      ... on earth is but one miniscule moment in time. Meeting Melvin Harwood by chance as we were driving by his place, and then being invited to visit his “private” museum was special. He opened his museum and his mind to us so that we could learn more about his part of the world and the life of living off the sea. I could go on and on, but I think you get the drift.

      What is our next adventure? Stay tuned and find ...

      In every life a little rain must fall...

      A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Oct 13, 2014

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      ... we rode a mile or so down the highway to visit the semi-authentic, absolutely touristy Goldfield Mine attraction. It boasted a narrow gauge train ($8 for a 1 mile ride), a brothel museum, a live reptile museum, three gift shops, a saloon, ice cream parlor, genuine jailhouse and more. I just had to shake my head in shame when we past the mock gallows where you could get "yer picture taken". My, my.

      As we got back to camp we could see ...

      The Penultimate Bird Walk

      A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jan 24, 2011

      21 photos

      We met our guide, Howard, at the trailhead at 9:00AM. There were about fifteen of us, including one guy from Bozeman, MT, a bird hunter who, like us, was a beginner. We set out over the trail and even before we got going, saw a few species close by. As we continued, we dropped down to creek level and again saw more birds, as the photos will attest. After about two hours, we came into the area where the Elegant Trogon had been recently sited. This is ...