Hidden Treasures RV Park is the place for Birders, Mountain Bikers, Hikers, and our night sky at 4000′ elevation sparkle like diamonds, where the Milky Way jumps right out at you.

The Chiricahua Mountains provide a migration corridor for water fowl and warm weather birds as well. This mountain range rises above the surrounding desert through seven life zones. Providing a wide range of ecosystems and a variety of plant, animal and bird species. Cochise County is one of only two sites in the US where the Elegant Trogon nests, and it is also home to 16 varieties of hummingbirds.

The views from Hidden Treasures RV Park offer of the Chiricahua Mountains as well as other mountains in the distance. Cochise County is home to hundreds of bird species, famed for being base camp to Birding Aficionados from all 50 states.

Come stay with us and bring your RV club, friends and relatives along with you.

Hidden Treasures RV Park is a beautiful place to stay while enjoying a challenging golf weekend. When you’re done hitting the course, you can relax over at the 19th hole, with a hamburger and a beer or just lie about your best golf score.

Cochise County is filled with history of the Old West. The famed town of Tombstone is less than 50 miles away. Tucson, Arizona is only a 1.5 hour drive, while the Mexican border is only minutes to the south. Rivers, canyons, and mountains are all within easy driving distance.