Kartchner Caverns AZ State Park

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Cities & Towns

Parks & Monuments

Recreation & Wilderness Areas

  • Sabino Canyon Recreation Area: 57 miles northwest.
  • Rucker Canyon Recreation Area: 38 miles south. 
  • Miller Peak Wilderness: 49 miles west. 
  • San Pedro National Riparian Conservation Area: 3 miles south. 
  • Cochise Stronghold Recreation Area: 42 miles east. 

Historic & Points of Interest

  • San Pedro Southwestern Railroad (Benson)
  • Bammons Gulch (Benson) 

 

Approximate Driving Distances from:

Flagstaff - 310 miles (498 km)
Phoenix - 160 miles (257 km)
Benson - 9 miles (14 km)
Sierra Vista - 19 miles (30km)
Tombstone - 28 miles (45 km)
Tucson Airport - 49 miles (78 km)

 

Kartchner Caverns State Park
P.O. Box 1849
Benson, Arizona 85602
Phone information (520) 586-4100

Phone reservations: (520)-586-2283

 

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