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Arizona State #86 Highway Guide

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Community of Why, Arizona
Junction of Hwy #85. North to Ajo & Gila Bend. South to Community of Lukeville. The Arizona/Mexico border entry point 28 miles South. Services at highway, access to R.V. park.
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Community of Why, Arizona
Junction of Highway #85. Services at highway. Access to R.V. Park. South to Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument Arizona: Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument celebrates the life and landscape of the Arizona Sonoran Desert . Campgrounds: Alamo Campground: Primitive campground with pit toilet (no water). Four sites available. Twin Peaks Campground: 208 campsites, water, rest rooms, grills, tables, and a dump station are available. Both campgrounds, open All Year.
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1.5
View from highway

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3.0
Access to R.V. park
West side of hwy. Fuel services East side of highway.
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4.8
Point of Interest
West Boundary of the Tohono O'0dam Nation.
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The Sonoran Desert, Arizona
View from highway.
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The Sonoran Desert, Arizona
View from highway.
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Community of Schuchali, Arizona

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11.7
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel. No services. North side of highway.
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Junction of Reservation Hwy #1
South to communities of Gu Vo, Kerwo, Pia Oik.
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18.3
Junction of Reservation Hwy #34
North to communities of Hickiwan, Vaya Chin, Ventana.
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The Sonoran Desert, Arizona
Photo of beautiful Saguaro Cactus.
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35.3
San Simon School
South side of highway.
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Community of San Simon

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38.5
Junction of Reservation Roadway # 21
South to community of Pisinemo, Arizona.
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42.5
View from highway #500

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43.3
View from highway # 501 & 502

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48.0
View from highway #504
Flash flood area
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51.0
Roadside Highway Turnout
South side of highway, turnout has garbage stand.
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View from highway #505

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View from highway #506

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View from highway #507

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Community of Quijota, Arizona
Junction of Reservation Roadway # 15. North to communities of Santa Rosa, Anegam, North Komelik.
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Access to historical marker sign
West side of highway.
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Access to historical marker sign

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View from highway # 508

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View from highway # 508

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81.5
Access to comunity of Nolia, Arizona
North of highway
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81.5
Access to community of Nolia, Arizona
North of highway
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90.6
Access to Rodeo and Fairgrounds
South side of highway.
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Community of Sells, Arizona
Access to Rodeo and Fairgrounds, south side of highway.
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View from highway # 509

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Services fuel at highway

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Access to Sells, Arizona - business area

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View from highway # 510

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View from highway # 512

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View from highway
Looking South east at the Sierrita Mountains, Arizona
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Access to communitiy of Sil Nakya, Arizona
North of highway.
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Junction of Highway # 386
Access to Kitt Peak National Observatory, Arizona, south side of highway. Kitt Peak, islocated in the Quinlan Mountains of the Sonoran Desert, Arizona. The world's largest collection of optical telescopes is located high above the Sonoran Desert under some of the finest night skies in the world. Camping is not allowed at Kitt Peak.
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Junction of Highway # 386
Access to Kitt Peak National Observatory Arizona, south side of highway. Kitt Peak, is located in the Quinlan Mountains of the Sonoran Desert, Arizona. The world's largest collection of optical telescopes is located high above the Sonoran Desert under some of the finest night skies in the world. Camping is not allowed at Kitt Peak.
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Junction of Highway # 386
Access to Kitt Peak National Observatory Arizona, south side of highway. Kitt Peak, is located in the Quinlan Mountains of the Sonoran Desert, Arizona. The world's largest collection of optical telescopes is located high above the Sonoran Desert under some of the finest night skies in the world. Camping is not allowed at Kitt Peak. Visitor Center open daily to the public.
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View from highway #514

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View from highway #515

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View from highway #516

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Access to communitiy of Pan Tak
South side of highway
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Roadside turnout with picnic area
South side of highway, picnic tables, shelter, no toilets.
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Roadside turnout with picnic area
South side of highway, picnic tables, shelter, no toilets.
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132.8
Roadside Highway Turnout
North side of highway, paved turnout.
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Community of San Pedro, Arizona
North side of highway, services fuel at highway.
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154.5
Junction of Highway # 286
South to Community of Sasabe, Arizona. South to Arizona / Mexico Border Crossing Point. South access to Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge, Arizona. Recreational activities include wildlife viewing, camping, there are 100 primative campsites, picnic tables, hiking, horseback riding and hunting.
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Sierrita Mountain Road
South side of highway.
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View from highway # 517
Looking east at Tucson Arizona in the distance.
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Access to R V Park
South side of highway.
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View from highway # 518

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Kinney Road
North access to old Tucson Studios, north to Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, north to Saguaro National Park. Old Tucson Studios Arizona, features film and TV shoots throughout the year. The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is a world-renowned zoo, natural history museum and botanical garden, all in one place.
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Kinney Road
North access to old Tucson Studios, north to Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, north to Saguaro National Park. Old Tucson Studios Arizona, features film and TV shoots throughout the year. The Arizona - Sonora Desert Museum is a world-renowned zoo, natural history museum and botanical garden, all in one place.
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NOTE; side trip taken
Side trip to view Old Tucson Studios and the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum.
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Photos

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Photos 521 - 531

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View from highway # 532
Looking east at city of Tucson Arizona.
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Access to R V Park
South side of highway.
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Mission Road

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City of Tucson Arizona
Crossing the Santa Cruz River
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Junction of Interstate Highway # 19
South to city of Green Valley Arizona, south access to City of Nogales Mexico and Arizona / Mexico Border Crossing Point. South. North to Oro Valley Arizona, Casa Grande Arizona, North access to Catalina State Park Campground inside the Coronado National Forest. Park Facilities: Campground with 120 sites (75 have water and electric hookups). Campground and campsite amenities include restrooms, picnic tables, showers, dump station, grills.
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Junction of Interstate Highway # 19
South to cities of Green Valley Arizona, south access to City of Nogales Mexico and Arizona / Mexico Border Crossing Point. North to Oro Valley Arizona, Casa Grande Arizona, North access to Catalina State Park Campground. Catalina State Park is in Coronado National Forest. Park Facilities: Campgrounds with a total of 120 sites, of which 75 have water and electric hookups. Restrooms, dump station, picnic tables, showers, and grills are some of the campground and campsite facilities.
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City of Tucson
Attractions in Tucson: Tucson Museum of Art, Arizona State Museum, Biosphere 2, Titan Missile Museum, DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun
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Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide - Se
For continuance of travel east via Interstate # 10 see Milebymile.com Arizona Interstate #10 Tucson to Benson Travel Guide.