Clouds rolling in at Kings Ranch during monsoon system.
Clouds rolling in during monsoon season at the office in Kings Ranch.

Your Surroundings

Wondering why we love the area we live in?  Take a look at the links below and see!  Check back here regularly to see what local events we are excited about, and what other fun activities we have found in the area!

Coronado National Forest

Whether you like to go hiking, camping, horseback riding, birding, or picnicking, Coronado National Forest has somewhere for you to visit.  If you are looking for a challenge, try hiking up to Millers Peak!  At 9,470 feet above sea level, it is the tallest peak in the Huachuca Mountains.  Interested in something more leisurely?  Take a drive up Carr Canyon Road road, the only road that leads into the upper regions of the Huachuca Mountains.

The view from Yaqui Ridge Trail is amazing.

Coronado National Memorial

Part of the Coronado National Forest, Coronado National Memorial has areas for hiking, auto touring, birding, and more.  The hiking ranges from easy to difficult, with some amazing views, and even a trail that leads to Coronado Cave.  The photo to the left was taken by one of our employees while hiking.  You can get to this point by a short hike from the end of W. Montezuma Canyon Road, or a longer and steeper hike from the Coronado National Memorial Visitor Center.


Kartchner Caverns

Kartchner Caverns State Park was recently voted the best cave in the USA!  You can book tours and plan your trip to the Caverns through their website.  Be sure to check back regularly as they host events throughout the year!

 Fort Huachuca

Many of our subdivisions are within a few minutes’ drive of Fort Huachuca.

Ramsey Canyon Preserve

The Ramsey Canyon Preserve is part of The Nature Conservancy, a worldwide organization whose mission is to “Conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.”  The knowledgeable staff at the nature center can tell you about local wildlife, and the some of the trails in the area.  Whether you are looking to hike by yourself, go on a guided birding expedition, or sit in one of the wildlife viewing areas to see how many of the 15 species of hummingbirds found in the area, this place has a little something for everyone.

Retire Sierra Vista

Aimed at those looking to retire in this area, this site really has information for everyone.  Whether you like the outdoors, or are more interested in indoor activities, you can start getting a feel for what Sierra Vista has to offer!

Sierra Vista Home Page

For anyone interested in living in Sierra Vista, the Government of Sierra Vista’s website has all the information you need about living in the city.

Visit Arizona – Sierra Vista

Whether you are a long time resident or someone interested in moving to the area, you can get ideas for fun area activities from this website.

Marching band during "Welcome Home Heroes" game at the Arizona Wildcats football stadium.College Sports
While a little farther away than the other options mentioned here, Tucson is home of the Arizona Wildcats.  With baseball, football, soccer, tennis, track & field, and more, heading up to Tucson for a weekend to see a game can be a fun change of pace!  The photo to the right was taken by one of our staff members at the Welcome Home Heroes game in the Arizona Wildcats football stadium.