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Fort Bowie National Historic Site
A couple fall/winter/spring programs start November 16:
Guided Hike, 10am every Tues and Sat (2-2.5 hrs).
Ranger Talk, 1pm every afternoon, various topics.
Night at the Amerind Museum -
80th Anniversary Exhibit Opening
Come celebrate our history, accomplishments, and our new museum exhibit on Paquimé. Immerse yourself in the ancient history and culture of the Indigenous peoples of Chihuahua.
Faraway Ranch - Holiday Open House
Get in the holiday spirit by attending the this open house at Chiricahua National Monument. If you can’t make the open house, guided tours are usually offered on Saturdays and Sundays at 11am and 2pm.
Wings Over Willcox
This festival is the perfect opportunity to see all the winter migrants that visit our area and to see the other wildlife and natural wonders of Southeastern Arizona.
We are a consortium of Arizona Farm Wineries located in the Willcox area in the southeastern part of the state. We invite you to visit our tasting rooms and enjoy our locally grown and produced wines.
Spend some time exploring the Plan Your Trip area of this website so you can take advantage of all that this region has to offer.
We put on two wine festivals each year, one in the Spring, the third weekend in May, and one in the Fall, the third weekend in October. Our festival was rated by Fodor's Travel as one of the top-ten wine festivals in North America! Each festival is a weekend-long celebration featuring Arizona wines from the Willcox region, fantastic live music, and scrumptious food. Find more information on the Festivals page.
This area grows 74% of Arizona's wine grapes, and is the source of the most highly rated Arizona wines by Wine Spectator, with 45 wines rated 88-90 over the past 5 years.
The Willcox area was recently granted AVA (American Viticultural Area) status. The designation of the Willcox AVA means that this area is now recognized as a unique and distinctive wine growing region in the United States. Great wine has been made here for years, and now you'll start to see the "Willcox" appellation on wine labels from this region!
If you haven't come out to explore Willcox Wine Country, it's always a good time to discover what we have to offer! If you are already familiar, then maybe it's time for another visit to see what's new. There is always a newly released wine getting poured somewhere! We hope to see you soon.