Rustic Private In High Desert

Bisbee, Arizona



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Camp Etowa offers rustic camping sites throughout the property. Limited sites offer water, electric and composting toilet. Only 5 miles from the famous old mining town of Bisbee in Cochise County, AZ. Bisbee hosts Galleries, Museums, Music and Art Festivals all year round.

Cochise county offers Bird Watching, Golfing, Vineyards, Astronomy, Old West History, Ghost Towns and Outdoor Recreation: Only 4 miles from the Naco, AZ/Mexico Border Crossing into Sonora, Mexico

Great Restaurants, Grocery and Inexpensive bottled water all within 5 miles. Near San Pedro River Conservancy and Chiricahua National Monument.

Great alternative to expensive hotels in the area. Motorcycles welcome.


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