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We weren't planning to stop here but the rangers at the Chiricahuas recommend it and boy were we glad they did. Ranger Michael was great. He was full of good information and even stayed late to make sure all of our questions were answered and souvenirs were bought. We took a walking tour of the site and since it was... 更多
We learned so much about Fort Bowie. Michael was very knowledgeable and he took the time to go into such detail about the fort and it's history. Michael made our time spent at Fort Bowie so enjoyable.
Fort Bowie National Historic Site is a treasure to those travelers that enjoy American history, especially during the period of the Indian wars in Arizona. The fort was an active military facility between 1862-1894. For travelers on Interstate 10 it is a short 13-mile drive or 40 miles from Willcox, Arizona to Apache Pass Road. This is a gravel road... 更多
Very nice site. A little difficult to get to since you have to hike 1.5 miles each way to get to the sites. A lot of history there. Many plaques explaining the history there.
Have been wanting to visit this part of AZ for some time and finally made it. The remnants of Fort Bowie can be reached via a 1.5 mile hike. Be sure to wear shoes with a tread, take water and remember sunscreen. Helpful signs along the trail describe the landmarks and historical events that happened here including a portion of... 更多
It is interesting to see the old fort and some of the other things along the way. The only down side is that it is a 1.5 mile hike to see it. We made the mistake of going in the middle of the afternoon when it was very warm. Watch out for rattlesnakes too. We had one warn us that... 更多
My kids and I got into the car to look for a ghost town, but found Fort Bowie instead. After a 2 hour drive to the trail head and an hour or so hike (1.5 ) miles, the remains of the fort were visible. There were 20 foundations, and artifacts at the ranger station. It was great to walk through... 更多
We went to Fort Bowie with a little hessitation thinking "it's just another fort", but we were pleasantly surprised! Beautiful hike to the fort with lots to see and discover on your way. Old mine camp, cemetery, Apache Spring. Ranger at the station could tell us a lot about the history, now the existance of the first and second fort... 更多
We enjoyed a ranger-led hike to the Visitor Center, and if you have the opportunity to hike with a ranger, take it. He gave us a lot of historical information on what we were seeing, and it really enhanced the experience. The Visitor Center is a great place to stop for lunch, and there are more displays with a ranger... 更多
This is a great historical hike for those who are interested in 19th century southwestern history. It was also a fairly simple hike (not walk) that our children (3 under 12) enjoyed. The trail to the fort is through Apache pass which you may want to read up about before the trip. The Ranger station is at the end of... 更多