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Bowie

Bowie

Named for Fort Bowie, whose ruins are a designated Historic Site, Bowie came to life in 1880 through the combined efforts of the Southern and Pacific Railroad and frontiersman, James Tevis. Bowie is surrounded by mountain ranges with 300 miles of hiking trails and cool pine, fir and spruce trees.

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For Visitors Information:

P.O.Box 287
Bowie, AZ 85605
(520) 847-2557

  • County: Cochise
  • Elevation: 3,737
  • Population: 1,780

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