Extraordinary Skies. Uncommon Ground.
Discover soaring mountain peaks under extraordinary skies, rich history, and room to roam. With 275 days of sunshine and a temperate climate, Sierra Vista is a year 'round destination for outdoor adventure, authentic history, and global cuisine.
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When you're ready to plan your trip, we're ready to help! You can download our visitor brochures and rack cards or request that we mail them to you. If you're in Sierra Vista and would like to pick up information, please complete the form below and we'll deliver the items right to your car. Pickup service is available Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
We miss you!
We know that right now might not be the best time to travel. Watch these short videos and get inspired to bike, hike, and bird in Sierra Vista when the time is right. Tease your taste buds with this one, featuring local chefs and great biking–because that’s how we roll! Download Sierra Vista’s own hummingbird coloring book, inspired by our favorite fliers.
Travel Safe in Sierra Vista
If you’re ready to visit, Sierra Vista offers lots of open space so it’s easy to enjoy the outdoors while keeping distant. We value your health and safety; see local COVID-19 updates, including a Sierra Vista mask requirement. If you’re planning to go to Fort Huachuca, please see their visitor access policy. For statewide information, see VisitArizona.com.
Sierra Vista, one of the top bird watching places on earth, is nicknamed the Hummingbird Capital of the United States™. Annually, 15 species of hummingbirds and more than 300 other bird species visit nearby canyons, forests, and riverbanks.
Virtual Birding Festival
Arizona's oldest birding festival is canceled this year, but you can still enjoy an extraordinary look at the incredible bird, insect, and animal life found in one of the most biodiverse places on earth, Southeast Arizona's Sky Islands. Learn more about the organization behind this video and world-renowned festival.
In the heart of Southeast Arizona, Sierra Vista is the perfect launch pad for day trips and discoveries. Find some great rides, map out a visit to some of the two dozen-plus wineries, explore nearby communities, and even learn about visiting Mexico. It’s all right here.
Three Favorite Hikes
Coronado National Forest trails are open! Discover them, along with travel writer Ivy Morris, who shares her three favorite hikes, where she and her husband achieve "high-five worthy accomplishments." Check out Ivy's trails, then planning! We like guides from local hiker, Leonard Taylor.
Even though regular guided wildlife and history walks, festivals, sporting events, and performances have been canceled for the time being, we can still say there is always something to do in Sierra Vista. With hiking and bike trails, riverbanks, and national forest lands to explore, the great outdoors never fail to deliver. Check out the best of the best!
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