Getting Close with Nature at Sipe White Mountain Wildlife Area

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People who like to look at, touch and fondle animal skulls will like the Sipe White Mountain Wildlife Area. It’s a secluded place where Native American ruins lie out in the open, and where the elk and antelope wander around like they own the territory. The 1,362-acre piece of land is a former cattle ranch acquired by the Arizona Game and Fish Department.

Eager Home to Nation’s Only Domed High School Football Stadium

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EAGAR — Those who aren’t aware of its presence might mistake the Round Valley Ensphere for a flying saucer. It’s a logical misassumption because it looks like a flying saucer, just waiting for a UFO pilot to come and fly it away. But in reality, it’s a multi-use facility based on the campus of the Round Valley High School. And it ain’t goin’ nowhere.

Naco’s Turquoise Valley Golf Course Has Gone to the Snakes?

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NACO — The Turquoise Valley Golf Course is one of those places that makes you wonder if golfers ever tell the truth, either on or off the course. Maybe it’s because the fifteenth hole is “the Rattler,” a 746-yard par 6, which makes it the longest golf hole in the West and fifth-longest in the United States.

Southern Arizona’s Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument Declared “Hidden Gem”

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Arizona’s natural, diverse landscape has garnered international acclaims and attention, yet many scenic parks continue to fly under the mainstream radar. One such spot – the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument near Ajo and Why – is getting a much-deserved shout out by Country.

Arizona Hotspots & Leisure Trivia 2: Can You Pass?

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Test your knowledge of Arizona hotspots and leisure activities with this short quiz, originally published in Marshall Trimble’s Official Arizona Trivia. Don’t scroll down too quickly. The answers are posted shortly below the questions. When you’re finished, leave a comment with your score.