Sierra Suites is Your Home Base for Sierra Vista AZ Area Attractions
Sierra Suites is the perfect location for numerous day trips across southern Arizona.
Discounts on sightseeing tours and airport shuttles:
Guests staying at the Sierra Suites hotel get a 10% discount. Additional discounts for groups of 10 or more. Tours include:
- Wildlife Watching
- Tombstone and the Wildwest
- Old Bisbee
- And more custom tours
Check out their website at www.arizonasunshinetours.com
Kartchner Caverns – 20 miles north on Hwy 90
Living Caverns and Discovery Center. Exhibits include biology of Kartchner Caverns, bats and their environment, and how stalactites and stalagmites are formed. (520) 586-2283
Tombstone – 16 miles
east on Charleston Road
"The Town Too Tough to Die," home to Wyatt Earp, Doc Holiday, the Clantons – and the infamous OK Corral, Boothill Cemetery live shootouts, exhibits, restaurants, and numerous historic buildings, (520) 457-3929, (888) 457-3929.
Southern Arizona Veterans' Memorial Cemetery
Located in Sierra Vista a short drive from Sierra Suites, the Veterans Memorial Cemetery is open Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm. The cemetery is located on approximately 145 acres of land which was previously a part of Ft. Huachuca Military Reservation. The entrance is south of Fry Blvd on Buffalo Soldier Trail. 1300 Buffalo Soldier Trail, Sierra Vista, AZ. Ph: 520-458-7144.
Bisbee – 26 miles south on Hwy 90 & 80
Once one of the West’s most prosperous copper mining town, Bisbee is now a modern artists’ colony perched on picturesque hillsides. Visit the Lavender Open Pit Mine, historic Brewery Gulch and the many fascinating galleries and shops. (520) 432-5421
Fort Huachuca Historic Museum & Annex
The Fort Huachuca Museum, housed in two buildings and described as "one of the finest Army Museums in the country," is located on historic Brown Parade Field. The fascinating history of the U.S. Army in the southwest comes alive in stunning displays and dioramas. (520)533-5736 or (520)533-3402
The Army Intelligence Museum
This museum traces the history of the intelligence profession within the U.S. Army. Exhibits display early code machines, surveillance drones and other intelligence gathering equipment.
520-417-6960 or 800-288-3861
Ramsey Canyon Preserve – 7 miles south on Hwy 92
Famous among birders and other naturalists for over a century, this 380-acre property in the middle elevations of the canyon provides excellent birding opportunities from April through September. (520) 378-2785
Coronado National Memorial – 16 miles south on Hwy 92
The 4,750-acre park offers a scenic drive and overlook, hiking trails, and Coronado Cave. Montezuma Pass, reachable by vehicles via a narrow mountain road, offers breathtaking views into Mexico and the San Pedro and San Rafael Valleys. (520) 366-5515
San Pedro Riparian/National Conservation Area – 10 miles east on Hwy 90
40 miles of lush riparian vegetation, features an abundance of plant and animal life. In addition to wildlife evidence of prehistoric cultures can be found at the Murray Springs Clovis Site and the ruins of a Spanish presidio represent the colonial period. The Nature Conservancy has listed the San Pedro as one of the 10 "Last Great Places" in the U.S. (520) 458-3559
Ghost Towns – numerous sites throughout southeastern AZ
The region in and around Sierra Vista boasts a colorful past filled with the exploits, adventures and hardships associated with the exploration and settlement of the wild west. Touring the region's many ghost towns is an excellent way to experience bygone days.
Nogales, Arizona/Mexico – 60 miles west on AZ-82
"Would not hesitate to recommend Sierra Suites to my best friend."
See all there is in the area with Transportation Express Shuttle & Taxi. Sierra Suites guests get a $4 local rate. They also offer discounts for 2 or more guests travelling to area attractions such as Bisbee, Tombstone, Hereford, Palominas and Benson.