By Barbara Sinotte
A part of a sequence of publications to the USA country and nationwide Parks, this name covers Arizona, Utah and New Mexico.
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Camping facilities include 95 developed sites, 10 hookup sites, and 12 lake (boat-access only) campsites. They are all available on a first-come, first-served basis. Group picnic areas may be reserved ahead of time. Page 24 For further information, contact the Park Superintendent, Patagonia Lake State Park, PO Box 274, Patagonia, AZ 85624. (602) 287-6965. Picacho Peak State Park Location: About 35 miles northwest of Tucson off Interstate 10. Picacho Peak State Park, encompassing the sheer-sided peak that rises abruptly 1,500 feet from the desert floor, has camping, picnicking and hiking.
There are 38 hookup sites with cabana-type shelters, 21 developed campsites, a reservable group camping area with an all-weather building, a large day-use/picnic area with shade ramadas and a reservable group-use ramada. Also available are paved boat ramps, dump station, restrooms, showers, horseshoe pits, and a volleyball court. There are several pleasant, short hiking trails. A few primitive campsites located across the lake are accessible only by boat. Lyman Lake really comes into its own during the spring, summer and fall.
The jail was at the rear, under the courtroom. A series of renowned people held office there. John Slaughter was a local cattleman who, as sheriff, virtually cleared the county of outlaws. Page 30 Tombstone remained the county seat until 1929 when outvoted by a growing Bisbee. The last county office left the courthouse in 1931. Except for an ill-fated attempt to convert the courthouse into a hotel during the 1940s, the building stood vacant until 1955, when it was acquired by the Tombstone Restoration Commission.
Arizona, Utah & New Mexico: A Guide to the State & National Parks (Arizona, Utah & New Mexico) by Barbara Sinotte