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In the “outback” of Arizona, about an hour southeast of Parker, sits the town of Salome, where the winters are filled with warmth, sunshine, and time outdoors.

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Dreaming of swimming pools and carefree summer days as you shovel snow? It’s time to pack your bags for the winter and head to Salome, where January temperatures are often in the 70s.

Enjoy month's worth of camping, swimming, boating, canoeing, and fishing throughout the fall and winter seasons. Lace up your hiking boots, and venture to the nearby Harquahala Mountains Wilderness, home to the highest peak in southwestern Arizona, at 5,681 feet. If you’re feeling motivated – the panoramic views from the summit should provide inspiration – try your hand…or feet…at trekking the trail to the top.

For some R&R, visit in the spring and enjoy leisurely walks among the blooming wildflowers. Keep your eyes and ears alert for signs of the many species of birds and waterfowl that populate the area.

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Just The Facts

For Visitor information

McMullen Valley Chamber of Commerce | 66710 Hwy. 60 | Salome, AZ | (928) 859-3846 |

County It all started How High? Head Count
La Paz 1904 1,873ft 1,690

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