Reprinted by permission of the Arizona Office of Tourism
Spend time outdoors, then sample the local cuisine and arts scene in this small town south of Tucson.
Set your sights on birds. Patagonia sits along a prime avian migratory path and is part of the Sky Islands—multiple mountain ranges that rise from 6,000 feet to nearly 10,000 feet high and support five diverse habitats—boasting more than 7,000 species of plants and animals. After some time in nature, try one of this southeastern town’s restaurants, get inspired by local art and explore more things to do in Patagonia, Ariz.
Two-wheel adventures. Food for the soul. Culturally creative. Read more about what makes Patagonia so special