While You're Here...

Aside from birdwatching, hiking, and astronomy, you can just sit, sip and sigh...

Astronomy

The skies over Hideout Ranch are rife with galaxies and other cosmic wonders. There are covenants limiting light pollution, making this a premier astronomy area. Bring your telescopes and discover the mysteries of the universe.

Bird Watching

The San Bernardino Valley is home to extraordinary birdwatching. A large percentage of the North and South American bird species winter here, including the elusive Trogon parrot of Mexico which winters exclusively here in the Chiricahuas.

Hiking

There are miles and miles of amazing hiking trails in the Cave Creek Canyon area of the Chiricahuas. A number of other locations offer incredible views, startling terrain, and powerful Apache history.  

Nature

The Chiricahuas are perhaps the most bio-diverse mountain range in the world. The Southwest Research Station, affiliated with the American Museum of Natural History in New York, offers programs and activities, hosting people from all around the globe to study the flora and fauna of the Arizona high desert.

Local Sites of Interest

The Chiricahua Desert and Apache Musems. Tombstone. Bisbee. Silver City. Douglas. Sierra Vista. Portal. Paradise. Willcox. Chiricahua National Monument. Fort Bowie. Camp Rucker. Ask us for suggestions on other sites and activities.

It's Up to You

Paint. Photograph. Read. Write. Walk. Watch. Play with goats. Your experience at Hideout Ranch is yours to design, yours to revel in, yours to tuck into your memory and keep with you for always.

For Your Convenience

Hideout Ranch offers WiFi, laundry facilities, Keurigs, streaming services and a library of DVDs in the Red Dog for your viewing pleasure.

Directions:

From Phoenix/Tucson (North/West):

Take I-10E toward El Paso. Take Exit 5/Route 80 south at Road Forks, New Mexico. Approximately two miles past State Line Road, half a mile past Mile Marker 414, turn left on E Sky Ranch Road.  After a mile, turn right on Hideout Ranch Road. Drive under the main Crossbars, and bear left toward the cluster of buildings. There is a parking lot behind the Red Dog Saloon.


For a more scenic drive, from  Benson/Douglas/Bisbee/Tombstone (South): 

From I10E, take Exit 303/Route 80 toward Tombstone/Bisbee. Follow Route 80 through Tombstone, then Bisbee, then Douglas. About half mile beyond Mile Marker 413, turn right on E Sky Ranch Road. After a mile, turn right on Hideout Ranch Road. Drive under the main Crossbars, and bear left toward the cluster of buildings. There  is a parking lot behind the Red Dog Saloon.


If you have questions or problems, please call 520.490.9557...