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The Kearny Camp Monument commemorates the site where General Stephen Watts Kearny and his Army battalion camped on October 27, 1846, en route to California during the Mexican-American War.
Directions: From Safford, travel approximately five miles east on U.S. Highway 70 to the town of Solomon and turn left onto Sanchez Road. Travel north for eight miles, crossing the bridge at the Gila River, to a Gila Box RNCA sign. Turn left onto that dirt road. Travel another 3.8 miles and take the right fork in the road. Travel 0.6 mile to another fork and turn right. Follow the signs at the next fork, turning right into the Riverview Campground. The monument is located on a knoll overlooking the Gila River near the campground. It is best accessed by hiking the Cottonwood Trail from the Flying W Group Day Use Area, located beyond the campground.
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Hiking and Walking Trails
General Kearny Encampment Monument has the following hiking and walking trails available to the public.
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