The Forest Service has opened Carr Canyon Road. The Ramsey Vista and Reef campsites are now accessible. Be aware, though, in places the road is in very bad shape with exposed rocks and eroded areas caused by rain. A high-clearance vehicle is necessary, and a 4-wheel-drive vehicle would probably be a good idea.

The Forest Service has implemented Stage 2 fire restrictions throughout the Coronado National Forest.  This means NO wood-burning fires throughout the forest.  Propane grills are permitted.   Avoid using charcoal grills. Do not drag tow chains.  Do not drive or park in grassy areas.  Smoking is permitted inside closed vehicles only.

One Less Spark = One Less Fire


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Friends of the Huachuca Mountains is a non-profit, non-political organization that provides educational opportunities and enhanced awareness of the natural and cultural history of the Huachuca Mountains. FOHM serves as a bridge to community involvement. We welcome you to join this volunteer group working with the Sierra Vista Ranger District of the Coronado National Forest.
Learn about the rich history of Carr Canyon, its pioneers: James Edward Carr, Charles Robert Biederman, John & Ila Healy, and more.
Get out and explore the many hiking trails that the Huachucas have to offer. Find maps and trail guides here.

We have some amazing wildlife in the area. From butterflies to birds to bears there are so many things to discover and enjoy.