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Arizona State #82 Highway Guide

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Junction: Business Loop 19, AZ
Junction of Arizona State Highway 82/Business Loop 19. Western terminus of State Highway 82.
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Triumph Evangelical Lutheran Church
On E. Patagonia Hwy #2, Nogales, Arizona.
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Assembly of God Church

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Lakes: Kino Springs/Stacey Lake/Buena Vista Lake
Take Kino Springs Dr. to get to Kino Springs Lake, Stacey Lake, and Buena Vista Lake on Cumero Canyon, in Santa Cruz County, Arizona. Fishing activities.
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Historical Site: Mission Los Santos Angeles de Guevavi, AZ
S River Bend takes you to Mission Los Santos Angeles de Guevavi. Church founded by Jesuit missionaries in 1691. Declared a National Historic Landmark, 1990. Duequesne Rd. (to the west) enters the Coronado National Forest.
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N River Rd., AZ
N River Rd./Pendleton Dr. to Rio Rico Southeast, Santa Cruz, County, Arizona.
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Airport; Nogales International Airport
Nogales International Airport, 11 miles NE of Nogales, Santa Cruz County, Arizona. Also serves as port of entry into the U.S.A. Alt: 3,955 ft.
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Patagonia Lake State Park, AZ
Patagonia Lake State Park, 7 miles south of Patagonia on Arizona State Highway 82. Patagonia Lake, fishing, boat rentals, picnicking, camping, hiding, bird-watching. Sonsita Creek State Natural Area,has rainbow trout, bass, bluegill, crappie, and catfish. Yearly mariachi festival held in March.
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Harshaw, AZ
Harshaw, Santa Cruz County, Arizona. Ghost town, first settled in the 1870s as a mining community. Named after David Tecumseh Harshaw, an ore prospector.
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Patagonia, AZ
Community of Patagonia, 7 miles south of Patagonia, Santa Cruz County, Arizona. Retirement community, arts and crafts. Nearby is the Patagonia Lake State Park where the 250-acre Petagonia Lake is located. Fishing, camping, hiking, birdwatching, boat rentals. Also inside the park is the Sonoita Creek State Natural Area which offers fishing and bird tours. Alt: 4,055 ft. Patagonia Lake State Park is located on State Route 82, 7 miles (11 km) south of Patagonia.
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Casa Blanca Canyon Rd., AZ
Casa Blanca Canyon Rd. going into the Coronado National Forest, Arizona.
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Adobe Canyon Rd., AZ
Adobe Canyon Rd. enters the Coronado National Forest, Arizona.
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Crown C Ranch Rd., AZ
Crown C Ranch Rd. to the Coronado National Forest, Arizona.
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Honnas Ranch Estate Dr., AZ
Honnas Ranch Estate Dr. to the Coronado National Forest, Arizona.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 83
Junction of Arizona State Highway 82 & State Highway 83. Community of Sonoita, Santa Cruz County, Arizona. Retirement and vacation place for Arizona's wealthy residents. Alt: 4,885 ft.
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View of Mustang Mountains, AZ
From the highway, view of Mustang Mountains, southern end of the Whetstone Mountains. The tallest peak is over 6,100 feet.
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Mescal Springs, AZ
Mescal Springs, (historic name: Iron Springs), located in the Whetstone Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona. Site of the confrontation between Wyatt Earp and Williams Brocius, March 24, 1882.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 90
Junction of Arizona State Highway 82 & Arizona State Highway 90. Left on State Highway 90 to Whetstone, Cochise County, Arizona and Kartchner Caverns State Park, 'crown jewel' of Arizona's state parks, 9 miles south of Benson, Arizona, carved out of limestone, 50,000+ year-old speleothems. The Throne Room cavern has the wold's longest (over 21 feet) soda straw stalactites and an 18-mile high column named Kubla Khan. The Big Room cavern has brushite moonmilk formation. Right on State Highway 90 to Huachuca City, Cochise County, Arizona.
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Fairbank, AZ
Community of Fairbank, a ghost town, Cochise County, Arizona. Within the San Pedro National Conservation Area. Named after Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank, founder of the Grand Central Mining Company. Alt: 3,858 ft. Contention City, another ghost town,in southeastern Arizona, site of a shootout between the Jack Taylor Gang and lawman John Slaughter. Alt: 3,799 ft. The Presidio Santa Cruz de Terrenate, once a Spanish military fortress (presidio), west of Tombstone, Arizona, there are indications of a prehistoric Hohokam occupation.
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Ed Schieffelin Monument: Tombstone, Arizona
25-foot monument to Ed Schieffelin who founded Tombstone, Arizona. The Schieffelin Hall entertainment center, constructed in 1881, has been preserved.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 80
Junction of Arizona State Highway 82 & Arizona State Highway 80. Eastern terminus. Right on State Highway 80 to community of Tombstone, Arizona, founded by Ed Schieffelin in 1879. Site of the Gunfight at OK Corral; Boot Hill,famous graveyard of the Old West, admission is free. LD10