Queen Mine RV Park
473 North Dart Road
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 25
Dogs Allowed: Yes
An RV Park with open, level sites near Queen Mine & Historic Bisbee district.
Bisbee, a picturesque and authentic mining town located in the southwest corner of Arizona. Five miles from the Mexican border, this former copper mining town is built into the sides of two intersecting canyons. Businesses line the canyon floors while home are built into the canyon sides.
Full hook-ups 30amp
Big rigs welcome
From jct Hwy 92 and US 80: Go 1 3/4 mi W on US 80, then 2 blocks W on Main St, then under viaduct (follow signs) next to Queen Mine. Entrance on right.
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Great park in the most interesting of locations
The Queen Mine RV park is perched on a hill that overlooks historic Bisbee on one side and the Lavender Pit former open pit mine on the other. The park is clean and well maintained, and the staff is friendly. Old Bisbee is an easy walk from the park. Bisbee is one of the most interesting and vibrant small towns in America. It really must be experienced to be believed.
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