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Arizona/Utah State Line
US Highway 191 enters Arizona from Utah.
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Junction: US 160
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & Arizona Highway US 160, east to Red Mesa, Arizona.
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Walker Creek Reservoir, AZ
Walker Creek Reservoir, Apache County, Arizona. 4.9 miles from the town of Teec Nos Pos. US Highway 191 becomes US Highway 160 to the west, to Dennehotso, Arizona.
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Rock Point, AZ
Community of Rock Point, in Apache County, Arizona. Limited services.
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Junction: Indian Route 12
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & Indian Route 12, to Lukachukai, Apache County, Arizona. Community of Round Rock, in Apache County, Arizona. Limited services.
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Many Farms Lake, AZ
Many Farms Lake, Arizona. Take Indn Route 8086. Fishing, camping,hiking, and swimming.
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Many Farms Lake, AZ
Many Farms Lake, Arizona. Take Indn Route 8086. Fishing, camping,hiking, and swimming.
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Junction: Indian Route 59
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & Indian Route 59. Community of Many Farms, Apache County, Arizona.
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Chinle, AZ
Community of Chinle, Arizona, in Apache County. Canyon de Chelley National Monument on Indn Route 7, bordered by de Chelly, del Muerto, and Monument canyons. Features ruins of the Anasazi and Navajo peoples.
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Airport: Chinle, AZ
Chinle Municipal Airport, Chinle, Arizona. Off Indn Route 8094. 5 miles SW of the central business district of Chinle.
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Junction: Indian Route 4
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & Indian Route 4, to Pinon, Arizona.
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Nazlini, AZ
Community of Nazlini, Arizona. Limited services. Take Indn Route 26, then right on Indn Route 27.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 264/Indian Route 15
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191, Arizona State Highway 264 & Indian Route 15. Community of Burnside, Arizona. Limited services. Indian Route 15 leads to Greasewood, Arizona.
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Historical Site Entrance: Hubbell Trading Post
Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site (19th century trading post), Ganado, Arizona. 1 mile west of US Highway 191. Summer park hrs: 8:00 am -6:00 p.m. daily. Winter park hrs: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Hubbell Home guided tour, Native American art auctions, luminaria night, & Hubbell Home museum
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 264
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & Arizona State Highway 264. To Ganado Airport and communities of St. Michaels and Window Rock, Arizona.
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Wide Ruins, AZ
Community of Wide Ruins, Apache County, Arizona. Alt: 6,273 ft.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 40
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & US Interstate 40, to Petrified Forest National Park, one of the largest and most vibrant assortment of petrified wood. The south corridor of the park is where the Agate House (a Native American building constructed of petrified wood) is located. The south end also has many American Indian petroglyphs. The north corridor includes part of the Painted Desert, badlands composed of rock layers (siltstone, mudstone, and shale of the Triassic Chinle Formation) rich in iron and manganese compounds. US Highway 191 merges with US Interstate 40 to the east at this point.
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Sanders, AZ
Arizona Highway US 191 leaves US Interstate 40 at this juncture. Community of Sanders, Apache County, Arizona.
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Junction: Northwell Rd.
Northwell Rd. ends on Arizona State Highway 61.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 61
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & Arizona State Highway 61. US 191 merges with State Highway 61 at this point.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 61
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & Arizona State Highway 61. US 191 merges with State Highway 61 at this point.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 61/US Highway 180
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & Arizona State Highway 61/US Highway 180. At this juncture, US 191 merges with US 180. City of St. Johns, Arizona, county seat of Apache County; Apache County Historical Society Museum; Isaacson Bldg., Lower Zuni River Archaeological District, Lyman Lake Rock Art Site, Rattlesnake Point Pueblo are in the National Register of Historic Places; close to the Placerias Quarry, site of the Placerias fossils discovery in 1930.
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Lake
Little Reservoir, Coconino County, Arizona
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Salado, AZ
Community of Salado, Apache County, Arizona.
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Lyman Lake State Park, AZ
Lyman Lake State Park, Apache County, Arizona, 11 miles south of St. Johns or 17 miles north of Springerville, 1,500 acres. Lyman Lake. Located inside the park, fishing, water sports activities, camping, 23 camp sites, 38 RV sites, cabins, boat ramp, fish-cleaning area, picnic tables, restrooms for the handicapped, showers and drinking water. Alt: approximately 6,000 ft.
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Junction: US Highway 60
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191/180 with Arizona Highway US 60. At this juncture, US 191/180 and US 60 merge together. To the west of US 60, to community of Vernon, Apache County, Arizona.
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Becker Lake, AZ
Becker Lake, Arizona. 2 miles from Springerville, west of US Highway 60. Becker Wildlife Area. Boat ramp, dirt parking area, hiking trails, private RV campground nearby.
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Archaeological Site: Casa Malpais, AZ
Casa Malpais, near Springerville, Arizona, Native American ruin, archaeological site, declared in 1984 as a National Historic Landmark.
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Springerville, AZ
Community of Springerville, Arizona. Northern entrance to the scenic Coronado Trail. Alt: 6,974 ft. Springerville Municipal Airport.
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Junction: US HIghway 60
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & US Highway 60, to Arizona/New Mexico state line.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 260
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & Arizona State Highway 260. To community of Eager, Arizona.
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Entering the Apache National Forest
US Highway 191 enters the Apache National Forest.
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Nelson Reservoir, AZ
Nelson Reservoir, Arizona, 7 miles from Eager, AZ. Located in Nutrioso Creek. Boat ramp, paved parking, barrier-free fishing platform, restrooms, dirt parking and toilet. Alpine Divide campground, approx. 11 miles south of the lake. Fishing species: rainbow, crappie, sunfish.
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Jarvis Lake, AZ
Take Country Road 2112 to Jarvis Lake in the Mogollon Rim Mountains.
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Nutrioso, AZ
Community of Nutrioso , Arizona, 12 miles south-southeast of Eager. Alt: 7,671 ft; Limited services. Nearby is Nutrioso Reservoir, fishing.
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Hulsey Lake, AZ
Hulsey Lake, Arizona. Take Forest Service Rd 56. 6 miles north of Alpine, Arizona. Not accessible from November to mid-April. Fishing. No boat ramp, parking area close to the lake, toilet. Nearest campground is Alpine Divide Campground (about 4 miles south of the lake).
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Campground
Alpine Divide Campground, 4 miles from Alpine, Arizona. Limited services. Local wildlife abound. Escudilla Mountain, 2nd highest peak in the White Mountains. Southeast of Alpine is Luna Lake (on US 180)where fishing can be done, store and boat rentals.
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Forest Servuce Rd 249: L ake Sierra Blanca
Forest Service Rd 249 to Lake Sierra Blanca, Apache County, Arizona.
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Judd Lake, AZ
Judd Lake, Apache County, Arizona.
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Junction: US Highway 180
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & Arizona Highway US 180. Community of Alpine, Arizona. Alt: 8,050 ft. Originally known as Bush Valley. The Apache-Sigreaves National Forest surrounds Alpine, fishing, hunting, and camping. To the east, US 180 crosses into New Mexico.
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Reservoirs
Bear Spring Tank, Spout Spring Tank.
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Reservoir
Campbell Blue Barrow Pit Tank Number Two, Arizona.
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Lake
Beaverland Natural Lake, Arizona.
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Reservoir: Snag Tank

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Reservoirs
Hannagan Tank, west of US Highway 191; to the east is Beaverhead Tank.
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Reservoirs
Mary Meadow Tank & Loop tank on Country Rd. 576.
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Campground/Reservoir
KP Cienega Campground, alt: 8,980 ft., hiking trails, fishing in nearby KP Tank.
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Campsite: Stray Horse Campground
Stray Horse Campground, 26 miles south from Alpine, Arizona. Alt: 7,780 ft. Tents, trailers, picnic tables, grills, toilets, corrals for horses. Picnicking, hiking, camping. Has two trails: Highline Trail #47 to the bottom of the Mogollon Rim and Raspberry Trail #35 to the Raspberry Creek and Blue River. To the north of the Stray Horse Campground is the Blue Vista Scenic area.
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Rattlesnake Lake, AZ
Rattlesnake Lake, in the San Francisco Mountains, Greenlee County, Arizona.
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Reservoir
Stock Number Two Tank, Greenlee Country, Arizona.
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Sardine Saddle Picnic Area, AZ
Sardine Saddle Picnic Area, park in Greenlee County, Arizona. Many nearby trails for hiking.
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Granville Recreation Area, AZ
Granville Recreation Area, Arizona. Alt: 6,600 ft. Camping, picnicking, hiking, horseback riding.
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Apache-Sigreaves National Forest
At this point, US Highway 191 exits the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, 2.63 million acres, situated along the Mogollon Rim and White Mountains in east-central Arizona, all the way into New Mexico, 400 species of wildlife. Bordered on the west and north by the Fort Apache Indian Reservation.
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Morenci, AZ
Community of Morenci, Arizona. Morenci Mine, biggest copper mining business in North America and one of the largest copper mines worldwide. North of Morenci is the large open-pit mine. Site of Arizona Copper Mine Strike of 1983. Tailings Water Reclamation Reservoir is nearby.
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Clifton, AZ
Community of Clifton, seat of Greenlee County, Arizona, along the San Francisco River. Alt: 3,478 ft. Nearby are Chase Creek, Eagle Creek, Blue & Black Rivers, fishing, hunting, rock-hounding.
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Junction; Arizona State Highway 75
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & Arizona State Highway 75. Community of Three Way, Arizona. U.S. Highway 191, Arizona Highway 75, and Arizona Highway 78 intersect at this point. Arizona Highway 78 takes you to the Greenlee County Airport. Arizona Highway 75 leads to the Greenlee Country Club.
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Coronado Trail, AZ
The Coronado Trail/Coronado Blvd. merges with Arizona Highway US 191 at this point.
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Reservoir: Tollgate Tank
Tollgate Tank, Graham County, Arizona.
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Junction: US Highway 70
At this junction, Arizona Highway US 191 turns west and merges with Arizona Highway US 70.
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Airport
Safford Regional Airport, Arizona. The only paved airport in Graham County. Take E Snachez Rd, then left on E Airport Rd.
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Junction: US Highway 70
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & US Highway 70, to Pima, Graham County, Arizona to the west. US Highway 191 turns south at this point.
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Historic Place/Archaeological Sites
Buena Vista Hotel,Safford, Arizona, constructed in 1928, included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. Point of Pines Sites features 3 major prehistoric cultures (Anasazi, Mogollon, and Hohokam). Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1964.
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Safford Center for the Arts
The Safford Center for the Arts is located inside Safford High School. Turn on W 8th St.,left on S 14th Ave., left again on Bulldog Blvd.
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Historic Place: William Talley House
Willliam Talley House, Safford, Arizona. Constructed in 1928 and in 1988, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Safford, AZ
Community of Safford, Graham County, Arizona. Named after Anson P.K. Safford, Arizona Territorial Governor. Alt: 2,917 ft. Nearby is Mt. Graham where the Mt. Graham International Observatory, Vatican Advanced Technology Telescope, Large Binocular Telescope, and Heinrich Hertz Submillimeter Telescope are located.
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Church
New Testament Baptist Church
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Golf Course/Observatory
Enter Discovery Park Blvd, right on S 20th Ave., then left on Golf Course Rd. to get to Mount Graham Golf Course. Governor Aker Astronomical Observatory on Eastern Arizona College's Discovery Park Campus, has a telescope, 20' Casegrain reflector, one of the world's largest camera obscura, astronomy exhibit gallery, simulated journey to the solar system using a 'space shuttle,' also provides Mount Graham International Observatory tours.
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Cook Reservoir, AZ
Cook Reservoir, Graham County, AZ. Fishing.
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Roper Lake State Park, AZ
Roper Lake State Park, Arizona. 5 miles south of Safford. Boat ramp, natural stone hot tub, beach picnic area, campground, and cabins, hiking trails. Fishing, swimming, boating, bird-watching,hiking. 3 miles to the south is Dankworth Pond - fishing, hiking trails, picnic area.
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Lebanon Reservoir Number Two, AZ
Lebanon Reservoir Number Two, Graham County, Arizona.
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Swift Trail Junction, AZ
Community of Swift Trail Junction, at the base of the Pinaleno Mountains, Graham County, Arizona. Alt: 3,232 ft.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 366
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & Arizona State Highway 366. Community of Swift Trail Junction, Graham County, Arizona. Limited services. State Highway 366 enters the Coronado National Forest to the southwest.
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Dankworth Pond State Park, AZ
Dankworth Pond State Park, 8 miles south of Safford, Arizona. Picnic tables, restrooms, fishing. Along the Dos Arroyos trail is Dankworth Pond, prehistoric Native American dwellings showing Apache and Mogollon architectural designs.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 266
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & Arizona State Highway 266, into the Coronado National Forest.
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Junction: N Page Ranch Rd., AZ
N Page Ranch Rd. connects with US Interstate 10 to the south.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 10
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & US Interstate Highway 10 west to the New Mexico state line. To the east, US Highway 191 overlaps US Interstate Highway 10.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 186
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & Arizona State Highway 186. Fort Grant Rd to the east, W Rex Allen Drive to the west. Keller Park & Recreation Center on N Bisbee Ave. off State Highway 186.
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Airport: Cochise County, AZ
Cochise County Airport, Cochise County, AZ. Left on W Airport Rd, then left on S Vista Ave.
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Fort Wilcox RV Park, AZ
Right on Taylor Rd, left on S Haskell Ave. to Fort Wilcox RV Park.
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Exit 336
Exit 336 on Arizona Highway US 191.
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Exit 331
Exit 33 on Arizona Highway US 191. Merges with US Interstate Highway 10 at this point.
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S Railroad Avenue, AZ
Arizona Highway US 191 connects with S Railroad Ave., which connects with US Interstate 10 to the north.
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Cochise, AZ
Cochise,a ghost town Cochise County, Arizona. Created in the 1880s. Historic Cochise Hotel, built in 1882, ceased operations in 2007.
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Sunsites Golf Course
Sunsites Golf Course, Pearce, Arizona, 18 holes.
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Pierce -Sunsites, AZ
Communities of Pearce & Sunsites, Arizona adjacent to each other. Pearce is a historic mining ghost town. Named after James Pearce who established the Commonwealth Mine in 1894, one of Arizona's biggest producers of silver, closed for the last time in the late 1940s. The old Pearce General Store and Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church are both on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 181
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & Arizona State Highway 181.
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Gleeson, AZ
Gleeson, Arizona, ghost town in Cochise County. First settlers arrived in 1890. Renamed Gleeson in 1900. Left on W Glesson Rd.
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Elfrida, AZ
Community of Elfrida, Arizona.
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Airport:: Bisbee, AZ
Bisbee-Douglas International Airport, Bisbee, Arizona. Near an Arizona State Prison complex.
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US Forest Services Ranger Station

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Pirtleville, AZ
Community of Pirtleville, Cochise County, Arizona.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 80
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 and Arizona State Highway 80. Turning south, Arizona Highway US 191 departs Arizona State Highway 80.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 80
Junction of Arizona Highway US 191 & Arizona State Highway 80, crosses into New Mexico. Take Arizona State Highway 80/Pan American Ave. then left on N Leslie Canyon Rd to Douglas Golf Course, 18 holes, 6779 yards, 71.3 course rating, 125 slope rating. To the east, US Highway 191 overlaps Arizona State Highway 80.
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Douglas, AZ
City of Douglas,Arizona. Border crossing with Mexico; mining history. Border station; Historic Gadsen Hotel (1046 G Ave.,Douglas, AZ 85607, built in 1907,5-story, 160 rooms; State Parks (8th, 10th, & 15th); Geronimo Trail, dirt road going to the New Mexico state line; Douglas Municipal Airport (first built as Douglas Army Airfield), 3 miles east of Douglas City. In 1919, the Grand Theatre opened where several live stage production, movies, and high school graduations were held. There are plans to restore the hotel to its original state.
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Border Crossing with Mexico
US Highway 191 crosses the border into Mexico. LD10