Point of Pines Photo by William Thalmus
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Point of Pines

Point of Pines Photo by William Thalmus
You can experience awesome landscapes and impressive biological diversity in a grandiose ponderosa pine and fir forest.
Point of Pines Photo by William Thalmus

Things to do in Graham County

Looking for something fun to do in Graham County? There are excting places and new adventures to have in the outdoors. With all that is available in Graham County, you are bound to find something that sparks your interest. Click a category below to learn more about it. Also share your experience with others by leaving a review.

Astronomy, Bird Watching, Camping, Day trips, Festivals/Events , Golf, Hiking & Walking, Hot Springs, Lodging, Motorized Recreation, Museums/Heritage Resources, Parks, Picnic, Rockhounding, Shooting/Hunting, Tours, Water Recreation, Wilderness Areas,

 

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Graham County Chamber of Commerce

is located in Safford Arizona and the hub of activity in the region. A lot of people have a notion of what “Hometown America” is and that is exactly what you will experience when you walk the streets of downtown Safford, stroll through the town square, and visit with the people you meet on the street. As a matter of fact, it’s like that in all the Graham County communities – just plain friendly folks.

Foodies will find Dining in Graham County a treat. The Salsa Trail restaurants serve up some of the best Mexican food in Arizona with lots of dining options all through out the county.

With lots to choose from – rockhounding to astronomy, hiking to museums, bird watching to mountain biking, there is something for everyone. If you need help deciding or have questions, Contact Us with a call or an email. We’d be glad to help!

 

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Arizona’s Salsa Trail®

is all about terrific Mexican food and down-home friendliness. Sprinkled through the small Graham County communities are a dozen Mexican restaurants, a family owned tortilla factory and a lady who grows chilies who have all joined together to make up the Salsa Trail®. In a world where change seems constant, the constant on the Salsa Trail is good food and consistency of service that spans decades. There is an annual SalsaFest every September where people compete for the title of best salsa! To learn more and find authentic salsa recipes visit Salsa Trail online.