Muleshoe Nature Preserve
    In my Top 5 recommendations for Southern AZ!
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Jacob's Review:
   I haven't been yet...

Dad's Notes:
   49,000 acres +, 7 permanently flowing streams, hiking, birding, wildlife viewing, 4 wheel driving, horseback riding, accommodations. The Nature Conservatory runs a nature trail, visitor center and Overnight Casita’s for lodging - costs vary from $90 - $140 a night. 22 miles of hiking trails, a very hot hot springs and wildlife throughout (supported by the 7 full time streams in the area), make this one of Southern AZ’s best kept secrets!

   One mile guided hikes every Saturday (Sep - May) at 8 am. 22 miles of hiking trails.


Admission (subject to change):
$90 - $140 a night

Phone Numbers:

Hours(subject to change):
Preserve open daily

Lodging runs only Sep - May reservations required

Muleshoe Ranch & Wilderness Cabins
Redfield Canyon

Drive Directions:
Tucson: 1 hr, 50 min
Sierra Vista: 1hr, 45 min
I-10 S past Benson to Wilcox (exit #340) South to the first right turn, Bisbee Avenue past the high school to Airport Road. Turn right on Airport Road. After about 15 miles, take the right fork at junction just past mailboxes go 14 miles to Muleshoe Ranch Headquarters at the end of this road.

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