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Chiricahua National Monument

Kara Westerlund
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“Chiricahua, New Mexico, is a bit out of the way, but well worth it! The landscape is like no other, particularly hiking the Echo Canyon Loop Trail – a must-see, must-do if in Chiricahua National Monument. There’s also a nice scenic drive through the National Monument with many overlooks, for those who prefer driving to hiking. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to fully appreciate all Chiricahua has to offer of, in my opinion, breath-taking scenery. We stayed in Sagebrush Mobile Home and RV Park, about 30 miles from Chiricahua National Monument. It was clean and well maintained. Without an abundance of shade trees, it would be hot in the summer. Staff was very friendly and attentive. My husband works when on the road, and he found no problem with connectivity. Based in our positive experience we would recommend Sagebrush. Not many options in the area. Please read reviews for it and other campgrounds near by.”

“Fabulous scenery of the surrounding sky mountains and hoodoos. Great hiking trails. There is a campground in the park.”

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“We hiked in the Cochise Stronghold. A great place to visit for those who enjoy history.”

Kartchner Caverns State Park.”

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Rhonda Penning, Cynthia Muskin

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Rhonda Penning

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