Wilderness Areas

Wilderness areas within Graham County provide relatively untouched natural settings for wildlife to roam free and visitors to explore. These preserved areas give ideal natural landscapes to enjoy. These areas will need permits to explore.


Aravaipa Canyon Photo by Cathy Konopnicki

Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness

Before highways and railways, before pioneers, even before Columbus... the land we know as the United States was truly a vast wilderness.
Bird Watching Camping Day trips Hiking & Walking Shooting/Hunting Wilderness Areas

Fishhooks Wilderness Photo by Preston the yeti

Fishhooks Wilderness

The 10,500-acre Fishhooks Wilderness is located about 30 miles northwest of Safford, Arizona in Graham County.
Wilderness Areas

North Santa Teresa Wilderness

North Santa Teresa Wilderness, Coronado National Forest

You will need to obtain a recreation permit from the San Carlos Apache Indian Tribe first.
Wilderness Areas

Point of Pines Photo by William Thalmus

Point of Pines

You can experience awesome landscapes and impressive biological diversity in a grandiose ponderosa pine and fir forest.
Wilderness Areas

San Carlos Lake Photo by Debbie Filleman Detherage

San Carlos Recreation and Wildlife

The San Carlos Apache Reservation requires a permit and has many guides for hire
Water Recreation Wilderness Areas

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