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Old 01-07-2012, 11:30 PM   #1
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chirichaus st.park, Az

Where is the closest place to stay to go to the Chirichaus State Park, Az?
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Old 01-08-2012, 07:16 AM   #2
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There might be something closer, but do consider Benson, AZ. There's a number of campgrounds in and around Benson and it's a very comfortable day trip to Chirichaus Park from Benson. Also, don't miss a visit to the Cochise Stronghold with your toad. Very interesting.

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Willcox would probably be a little closer than Benson but there's more to do from Benson. By the way, it's called Chiricahua National Monument. It's not a state park. You might want to Google it for more information. It has a wonderful campground within the park (dry camping) but only up to 26' length. There is also a great campground at Kartchner Caverns State Park between Benson and Sierra Vista. Wherever you stay it will take some driving and plan on a day if you're going to do any of the terrific hikes with the Chiricahuas. It's a beautiful park and it's also going to be colder there than Benson/Willcox so take warm clothes in layers. Have fun. It's a favorite place of ours!
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