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Attractions & Things to Do Around Sierra Vista

Arizona’s Abundance of Adventure

Let the Windemere Hotel & Conference Center be your gateway to Sierra Vista, Arizona. A land of majestic mountains, deep blue skies, rich history and abundant recreational adventures, Sierra Vista holds many treasures in its history that continue to astonish visitors year after year. Boasting 275 days of sunshine per year, a gentle climate, superb restaurants, shopping and nightlife, the “Hummingbird Capital of the World” truly has something for everyone. Swirl, sip and savor a local wine at one of over two-dozen local wineries, cross the border into Mexico, or hike to the summit of Sierra Vista's magnificent Huachuca Mountains. Explore miles of pristine canyons, forests, and riverbanks. Visit Fort Huachuca to learn about the intrepid soldiers who protected early settlers from Apache raids and notorious villains like Billy the Kid and Pancho Villa.

When planning your Sierra Vista adventure, the staff at the Windemere Hotel & Conference Center will be happy to recommend local attractions and things to do.

Exterior of the Mall at Sierra Vista

Mall at Sierra Vista

Convenient shopping right across the street

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Mosaic of hummingbirds

Hummingbird Capital of the United States

Hummingbird Capital of the United States™, welcomes 15 species of hummingbirds annually, the Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory has been conducting an ongoing study into the life and migration patters of these tiny birds for more than a decade.

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Kartchner Caverns State Park

Kartchner Caverns

Voted Best Arizona Attraction in USA Today - Readers Choice Award

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Drone photo of Pueblo del Sol golf course.

Pueblo Del Sol Country Club

The 18-hole Championship course at the Pueblo Del Sol Country Club facility in Sierra Vista,

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Sign for Fort Huachuca Historical Museum

Fort Huachuca Museum

Museum on the site of a 19th-century army camp displaying military & Indian artifacts & photographs

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Sign for Coronado National Memorial

Coronado National Memorial

This National Park Service site commemorates the Coronado Expedition that passed through this region in 1540-1542.

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Sign for Fort Huachuca

Home of Fort Huachuca

Fort Huachuca is a United States Army installation, established 3 March 1877 as Camp Huachuca. The garrison is now under the command of the United States Army Installation Management Command.

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Close photo of golf ball on tee.

Mountain View Golf Course

Mountain View Golf Course, on historic Fort Huachuca, in Sierra Vista, AZ is one of the jewels of southern Arizona golf. With the majestic Huachuca Mountains as a backdrop and namesake, this traditional golf facility is a "must play" for visitors and residents alike.

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Map of Arizona trail

Hiking Trails

You’ll find dozens of trails near Sierra Vista with varying elevations for both hiking, horseback, and bicycling. Enjoy a stroll along the San Pedro River, near-alpine hiking in the Coronado National Forest, and everything in between.

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Cycling through sunset mountains in Arizona

Cycling Trials

Hop in the saddle—the bicycle saddle—and explore southeast Arizona. Whether your bike has skinny tires or knobby ones, or you ride astride a single-speed cruiser or a speedy racer, Sierra Vista is the place to start your bicycle adventure.

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Long road winding back into trees.

Bisbee Loop

From Sierra Vista, you'll go a short distance east on Arizona 90 to Wild West to mining, the Bisbee Loop supplies it all.

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Wide photo of Tombstone and OK Corral


Step back in time and enjoy the Old West Atmosphere of the “Town Too Tough To Die!”, Tombstone

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Wide photo of the streets of Bisbee


Bisbee is a free-spirited place with arts and music, amid a remarkably well-preserved historical architectural setting.

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