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Nogales

Nogales

Our unique region of the American Southwest offers a profound sense of belonging – a timelessness among sometimes-snowcapped mountains, creeks, Patagonia Lake and the majestic San Rafael Valley. Here, we are closely connected to Mother Nature and her processes. Nogales' year-round-running Sonoita Creek is a timeless stop for countless bird migrations, attracting large numbers of birders from the United States and abroad.

Located on the Mexican border, Nogales is a city where a harmonious mix of Native American, Hispanic, and Anglo cultures adds great richness and history to the town, while the Old West's ranching traditions still shape its ways. This intermingling of cultures and traditions results in a sense of respect and civility toward one another – making Nogales a great place to visit. Viva Santa Cruz County!

 

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For Visitors Information:

123 W. Kino Park Way

Nogales, AZ 85621

(520) 287-3685

Visit the Official Nogales Website

  • County: Santa Cruz
  • Year of Incorporation: 1893
  • Elevation: 3,857
  • Population: 22,000

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