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Route of the Rio Sonora


 

Naco, Arizona

 

Naco, AZ Historic Port of Entry


Naco, Arizona is one of two Arizona gateways to the Rio Sonora region and is the sister city to Naco, Sonora. The port of entry in Naco is open 24 hours per day, and is most easily reached by turning onto Naco Highway from Arizona Highway 92.  follow the signs to the port of entry.


 

The unincorporated town of Naco, Arizona was established in the early 1900s after originally having been settled by Nahua and Opata Indians. The name comes from the Opata language. Naco is famous being the only place in the continental US that was ever bombed from the air.

Naco is a small residential community with limited commercial activity. Those entering Mexico through the Naco port of entry in larger RVs or pulling trailers should use the commercial entry gate. If the gate is closed stop and walk to the port and request they open it for you.

Naco is home to the Turquoise Valley Golf Course and RV park, a long time favorite with snowbirds and southern Arizona golfers. TVGC is one of the oldest courses in Arizona and its clubhouse dates to the 1930s.

Turquoise Valley Golf Course Turquoise Valley GC Clubhouse Naco Historic Port of Entry



Accommodations:

Turquoise Valley GC and RV Park  Ph: 520-432-3091

Restaurants:

TVGC and RV Park Clubhouse

Bank/ATM: Junction of Hwy 92 and Naco Highway

Gas Station: Junction of Hwy 92 and Naco Highway

Health Care: Copper Queen Hospital in Bisbee.
 

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