- Our list of the best things to do in Sierra Vista, Arizona, features the top 85 nearby activities — including 35 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Sierra Vista, AZ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Food & Drink, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 17 things to do within the city of Sierra Vista, AZ , followed by 68 popular activities in nearby cities, including Tombstone, Bisbee, Elgin, Hereford and Sonoita
Visitors can enjoy a variety of recreational activities including hiking, birding, camping, horseback riding, and sightseeing at Coronado National Forest. The forest features several notable sites like the Pusch, Miller Peak, and Santa Teresa Wildernesses.
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Into the West Jeep Tours offers guests with the opportunity go on a historic Jeep sightseeing tour of the local area. Custom and group tours are also available to those interested.
This memorial commemorates the first exploration of the American Southwest by Europeans. Visitors can enjoy picnics, they can go hiking, bird watching, and spelunking. The museum is always open to visitors.
Coronado Cave is a 600 foot long cave. Visitors climb along the limestone ridge to the cave through a steep and rocky trail. Wearing a sturdy hiking shoes and appropriate clothing is advised. And it is also recommended to bring a flashlight for this adventure.
Sonoita Vineyards is the oldest commercial vineyard and winery in the state and it grows a wide variety of grapes, including sauvignon blanc, merlot and pinot noir. The wines are bought by all kinds of people and institutions, from neighbors to the White House.
All the wines from The Village of Elgin Winery, whether they are red, rose or white wines, are produced in an old fashion way, being harvested by hand and stomped. Before bottling, they age in French oak, Hungarian oak and Italian chestnut barrels.
Historical gunfights are reenacted daily at Doc Holliday's Gunfight Palace in Tombstone. Rather than simply acting out the fights, the performers also explain the history of the town and the backstory behind these famous conflicts.