Cochise Terrace RV Resort
Is a 145 site RV Resort located in Benson, Arizona. In addition to our well trained staff we offer large level well maintained sites, with full hookups, Cable TV (62 CH) & Free WiFi Internet for our Daily & Weekly Visitors. Cochise Terrace is the perfect place to stay while visiting the many attractions that Southwest Arizona has to offer. Spend a Day, Week, Month, The Winter or Year Round with us and enjoy the friendly people, daily activities, potlucks, exercise classes, hiking and visiting the many interesting places in Southwest Arizona. Relax in our heated pool (9-30 to 12-15) & (4-1 to 5-15). Enjoy the Heated Spa year round.
Activities: we publish a monthly calendar that lists all the events going on in the park for the month including the Potlucks, Breakfasts, Dinners, Entertainment, Exercise & Dance classes, Hiking, Golfing & more. Enjoy the "Crow's Nest Club House & The "Barn" for larger Activities and Entertainment
Bingo: is played every Thursday Night October thru March in the Barn.
Jam Sessions: Start at 7:00 PM on Wednesday nights, come join in and play with the rest of the local musicians.
Potlucks: happen every other Monday. Bring a dish and enjoy the good food along with the rest of our friendly residents.
Exercise Classes: are held in the Barn every morning Monday thru Friday. Everyone is welcome to join in.
Hiking: Join the weekly hiking club and explore the many historic and cultural places.
Jeep Club: Wednesday is Jeep day. Meet across from the office and travel to the back country landmarks.
Line Dancing: We have both beginning and advanced
Pima Air & Space Museum: 80 acres with over 300 planes that touch 100 years of aviation history.
Biosphere 2: One of the 50 Must See Wonders of the world. Operated by the Univesity of Arizona guided tours take you inside the Worlds largest living science center dedicated to exploring the environment.
Sabino Canyon: Located in the Santa Catalina mountains Many varieties of birds, deer and other animals make their home here in the Coronado National Forest.
Saquaro National Park: Saquaro Cacti provide their sweet fruits to hungry desert Animals. They also provide homes to a variety of birds, the Harris hawk, Gila Woodpecker & the tiny Elf Owl
Karchner Caverns: Discovered in November 1974 by Gary & Randy Tuffs, This extensive underground cavern complex provides a variety of colors & formations. Tours are available for The Big Room & Rotunda.
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum: Within the Museum grounds you will see more than 300 animal species & 1200 kinds of plants.
Bisbee: Famous for its high grade Copper Mines, Bisbee is rich in western lore, interesting shops and old buildings terraced on the hills.
Mission San Xavier del Bac: San Xaviewr is a beautifully preserved gem of the late Baroque style of New Spain. Completed in 1787 it stands in the district of the Tohono O'odham Nation.
Cochise Stronghold: Located in the Dragoon mountains at 5,000 feet Cochise Stronghold is the rugged natural fortress used for 15 years as a base by the Chiricahua Apache Chief Cochise.
Fort Huachuca: Originally Founded by Captain Whitside of the US 5th Calvary it still operates today as an active Military Post.
Tombstone: "The Town to Tough to Die", Tomstone was perhaps the most renowned of Arizona's old mining camps. It is Truly a Historical landmark. Tomstone is an example of our 1880 western heritage.
The Amerind Foundation: A Museum of Native American Archeology, Art, History and Culture. It tells the story of America's first people from Alaska to South America.