Things to do
A 30-minute drive from Tombstone, Sierra Vista is steeped in true Old West history. Read More
With more than 300 days of sunshine a year—and breathtaking scenery that stretches to the horizon—Sierra Vista is the perfect destination for cyclists and mountain bikers. Read More
In the heart of Arizona’s premier wine regions, Sierra Vista is ideally situated near Sonoita and Patagonia to the west and Willcox to the east. Rich soil, high elevation, cool nights, and warm days are a vintner’s dream. Enjoy Arizona’s award-winning wines at over 20 tasting rooms, and find out why Arizona wines are gold medal winners, acclaimed in the Wall Street Journal, and served in the White House. Read More
Thanks to the ideal climate, it’s almost always a nice day to explore the outdoors in Sierra Vista
With many sports leagues, recreational groups, community organizations, and leisure classes, it’s easy to find your niche in Sierra Vista and share your interests with like-minded folks. People enjoy the community’s small town charm and inviting nature, while its role as the region’s population center also makes it a hub for all kinds of activities. Whether it’s with the Sierra Vista Symphony Orchestra, the Sierra Vista Farmers Market, the local cycling community, or one of the many active nonprofit groups in town, there’s no shortage of ways to get involved.
Golf & Country Clubs
Average daytime temperature of 74 degrees, Sierra Vista is a wonderful place to practice the sport. Sierra Vista has one public golf course; you’ll find another just 17 miles away in Naco in case you master the local course.