DIRECTIONS : In southeast Arizona from Interstate Highway 10, go south on State Highway 80, continue past Bisbee about 12 miles.  Entrance is between mile markers 354 and 355 on the north side on the highway.
 
RV/MH SPACES:  28 spaces.
Fifteen are dedicated for RV only.  Of these the first seven are approximately 25 ft. wide and 30 amp and the last eight are approximately 33ft. wide and 30/50 amp.
Thirteen are RV/MH (RV or Mobile Home) of different widths(most are more than 30 ft. wide).  Three of the thirteen have 50 amp.
All 28 spaces are pull-thru sites and will accomodate the big rigs.  Half have telephone hook-ups.
The park is open year round.  Peak business is during the winter for the snow-birds from November thru April.
Rates are $14/day, $75/wk plus electric, or $185/mo plus electric. over night lodging available, $25/nightly, $105/wk.plus electric, $300/mo. plus electric.

RV STORAGE:  $20/mo.

The park is visable from the highway and there is an entrance sign.  It's listed in the telephone book white pages, yellow pages and most of the campground directories (Woodalls, Escapees, Family Motor Coach, Wheelers, Coast-toCoast, Winnebago, Happy Campers)

BISBEE / DOUGLAS
AREA INFORMATION
COUNTY: COCHISE

SCHOOL DISTRICT: FORREST

BUSINESSES CLOSE-BY : COCHISE COLLEGE main campus is 3 1/2 miles east of the park.  Students needing spaces or rentals are a regular part of the business.   The HIGH DESERT MARKET, just accross the highway, has homegrown produce that attracts people from Bisbee and Douglas.

HOSPITALS : SOUTHEAST ARIZONA MEDICAL CENTER, Douglas
  COPPER QUEEN COMMUNITY HOSPITAL, Bisbee
  SIERRA VISTA COMMUNITY HOSPITAL, Sierra Vista

AIRPORTS :  BISBEE DOUGLAS INTERNATIONAL
  DOUGLAS MUNICIPAL
                        BISBEE MUNICIPAL
  SIERRA VISTA MUNICIPAL

CITIES / APPROXIMATE DISTANCES
Douglas 11 miles(pop.   15,800)
Bisbee   11 miles(pop.     6,900)
Sierra Vista   40 miles(pop.   52,100)
Tucson 105 miles       (pop. 486,700)

ELEVATION: 4200 ft. approximately

CLIMATE :Avg.Avg.Inches
     MaxMin    of
    Month      Temp.     Temp*   Rainfall

Jan 63.628.60.65
Feb66.331.50.58
Mar71.435.50.30
Apr78.541.10.21
May86.648.20.14
June93.957.30.34
July 93.964.34.56
Aug 91.562.03.37
Sept87.856.51.26
Oct 82.443.20.23
Nov72.435.70.31
Dec 62.929.11.10
    Total  79.244.4      13.05

                              *coldest part of the day is between 4 and 6 a.m.

AREA  ATTRACTIONS :

Sightseeing and Shopping in Mexico, border crossings at Douglas and Naco
Gadsden Hotel, historic hotel in Douglas
Slaughter Ranch,  historic ranch 18 miles east of Douglas
Arizona Cactus & Succulent Research Inc., near Bisbee
Historic Bisbee,  Museums, Galleries, and historic Hotels
Copper Queen Mine, Bisbee
Historic Tombstone, OK Corral, Boothill Cemetary, Birdcage Theater
Karchner Caverns State Park, 10 miles south of Benson
Ft. Huachuca, U.S. Army Base and Musuem, Sierra Vista
Garden Canyon Reparian Area, Sierra Vista
Chiricahua Mountains and National Monument, N.E. of Douglas
Fort Bowie National Historic Site, 22 miles S.E. of Wilcox
Cave Creek Canyon, 45 miles N.E. of Douglas
Cochise Stronghold, 42 miles N. of Douglas
Coronado Trail,
Coronado National Forest, N.E. of  Douglas
Coronado National Memorial, 26 miles S.W. of  Bisbee
Reef Townsite and Millsite, 15 miles S. of Sierra Vista
Ramsey Canyon Riparian Preserve, 6 miles S. of Sierra Vista
San Pedro Reparian Conservation, 8 miles E. of Sierra Vista
Amerind Foundation, museum of Native American Culture
Miller Peak Wilderness, 8 miles S. of Sierra Vista
Rucker Lake, N.E. of Douglas
Parker Canyon Lake, 25 miles W. of Bisbee
Presidio Santa Cruz de Terrenate, N.W. of Tombstone

This page was last updated on: November 9, 2005
Twin Buttes Mobile Home and RV Community
Welcome to
Located in Southeast Arizona halfway between Bisbee and Douglas just off State Highway 80 (mile marker 355).
Enjoy  serenity on 194 acres of quiet wide open spaces with mountain views and starry nights.
The RV sites are Full-hookup, Pull-thru, and 30/50 Amp 1$GET http://www.homestead.com/~site/Scrienough for the biggest rigs.  Some sites have telephone hook-ups.  Pay-phone available for all customers.
Elevation is at 4200 + ft. so we enjoy a nice year-round climate. Average monthly highs and lows:
January63.6 high28.6 low *
July      93.9 high64.3 low
*coldest part of the day is between 4 and 6 a.m.
Rates:  $14/day
   $75/wk plus electric
  $185/month plus electric
 
4027 N. Twin Buttes Ct., Douglas AZ 85607
(520) 364-7075  fax (520)-364-7075
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