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Exit #303, City of Benson, Arizona - 'Home of Kartchner Caverns State Park'
Junction of Interstate Highway #10 Benson, Arizona is located in the historical San Pedro Valley, Cochise County. Attractions in and around Benson: The Amerind Foundation, The foundation is an archeological museum and research center that preserves artifacts of the early Indian inhabitants of the region. Benson Historic Walking Tour: A walk through Benson's past. Cochise's Stronghold: A historic site in the Coronado National Forest. Gammons Gulch Ghost Town Movie Set: 1890's Town and Mining Camp recreated like the Wild West. Holy Trinity Monastery, Kartchner Caverns State Park: Located in the Whetstone Mountains these unique caverns are the most pristine in the United States.
0.9
1.4
Juncation of Interstate #10
Business route.
1.5
2.4
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway. No services.
3.1
5.0
Access to R.V. resort campground.
Services at highway.
8.4
13.5

Apache Powder Road.
9.2
14.8
Point of Interest -
Crossing the San Pedro River, Arizona.
10.2
16.4
Community of St. David, Arizona

10.6
17.1
Sibyl Road
North side of highway.
11.0
17.7
Community of St. David, Arizona
Business area. Eley 3676. Founded 1877. Access to R.V. park.
11.5
18.5
Access to R.V. park
East side hwy.
12.2
19.6
Services at Highway
Fuel West side of highway.
14.1
22.7
Access to R.V. park
East side of hwy.
15.4
24.8
Access to R.V. park
West side of highway.
18.8
30.3
Curtiss Flat Road
Photo is view from highway.
20.3
32.7
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel West side of highway. No services.
23.4
37.7

View from highway.
24.7
39.7

View from highway.
33.2
53.4
Junction of Highway #82
West to communities of Fairbank, Sonoita. West to Nogales, Arizona/Mexico border crossing point. West access to Coronado National Forest. Access to Patagonia State Park Campgrounds: Park Facilities, 72 developed, 34 hook-ups and 12 boat access sites, restrooms, showers and dump station, RV size limit is 35 feet.
35.1
56.5
Middle March Road
East side hwy.
35.9
57.8
City of Tombstone, Arizona - Photo Tombstone Arizona Highway Sign
Elevation 4939. Founded 1879. Tombstone, Arizona - 'The Town too Tough to Die,' Tombstone was perhaps the most renowned of Arizona's old mining camps. Tombstone is America's best example of our 1880 western heritage
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57.8
Cochise County Court House, Arizona
Built 1882. State historical site.
35.9
57.8

Court house interior.
35.9
57.8
Photo of O K Corral, Arizona
Street of Tombstone Arizona.
35.9
57.8
Photo - Crystal Palace , Arizona
Crystal Palace exterior. The Crystal Palace of today is the Crystal Palace of yesterday.
35.9
57.8
Photo - Crystal Palace , Tombstone Arizona
Crystal Palace interior at the bar.
35.9
57.8
Photo - Crystal Palace , Tombstone Arizona
Crystal Palace poster inside.
35.9
57.8
Photo - Bird Cage Tombstone Arizona
Exterior of Bird Cage.
35.9
57.8
Photo - Bird Cage Tombstone Arizona
Interior of Bird Cage.
35.9
57.8
Photo - Bird Cage Tombstone Arizona
Interior of Bird Cage and gambling tables.
36.4
58.6
Access to Arizona Visitor Information

36.7
59.1
Access to lodging
Both sides of highway.
37.1
59.7
Services at highway
Fuel on West side of hwy.
37.5
60.3
Gleeson Street
Access to communities of Gleeson, Elfrida. East side of highway.
42.3
68.1
Davis Road
East side of highway.
44.7
71.9

View from highway.
57.7
92.9

View from highway.
60.9
98.0

View from highway.
61.1
98.3
Juncation of Highway #90
West to Sierra Vista. Access to Fort Huachuca, Arizona. Built in 1877. Part of a chain of fortifications constructed to protect southern Arizona against Geronimo’s Chiricahua Apaches.
62.6
100.7
Roadside highway turnout
Paved, no services. South side of highway.
63.1
101.5
View from highway

68.8
110.7


70.2
113.0
Roadside highway turnout
Paved, West side of highway.
71.0
114.3

Mule Pass Tunnel.
71.9
115.7
City of Bisbee, Arizona
City of Bisbee. Elevation 5300. Founded 1880. Attractions - Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum.
71.9
115.7
Photo - Bisbee highway sign

74.0
119.1
City of Bisbee, Arizona

74.0
119.1
City of Bisbee, Arizona

74.9
120.5
Access to Bisbee Arizona Museum
West side of highway.
76.2
122.6
Roadside highway turnout
View point with information signs. West side of highway. Photo of Lavender Pit Queen Mine Arizona.
77.5
124.7
Junction of Highway #92
West to communities of Naco, Palominas, Miracle Valley.
80.9
130.2
Access to Cochise County Arizona Sheriff's Office
North side of highway.
83.5
134.4

View from highway.
85.5
137.6
Access to community of Double Adobe
East of highway.
85.5
137.6
Access to community of Double Adobe
East of highway.
86.5
139.2

View from highway.
95.5
153.7
Access to R.V. park
East side of highway.
98.3
158.2
Access to lodging
South side of highway.
101.3
163.0
Access to Cochise College
North side of highway.
106.9
172.0
Kings Highway
North side of highway.
111.7
179.8
Junction of Highway #191
North to communities of Pirtleville, McNeal, Elfrida.
112.4
180.9
Photo - City of Douglas highway sign
City of Douglas.
113.5
182.7
Services at highway
Fuel
113.8
183.1
City of Douglas
Business area. Access to visitor information - South side of highway.
120.6
194.1
Vehicle Inspection Station
East side of highway.
132.3
212.9

Looking North view from highway.
135.1
217.4
Photo - Pedregosa Mountains Arizona.
Looking North at the Pedregosa Mountains.
138.7
223.2
Point of Interest
Crossing Silver Creek.
141.5
227.7

View from highway.
151.7
244.1

View from highway.
162.0
260.7
Rucker Canyon Road

176.9
284.7
Community of Apache

177.8
286.1
Roadside highway turnout
Historical marker monument. East side Hwy #1. The site where Geronimo surrendered at this point. Picnic tables and shelters, no toilets.
192.3
309.5
Photo - New Mexico highway sign
State line road. Arizona/New Mexico border.
192.3
309.5

View from highway.
192.3
309.5
Photo Arizona highway sign
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