Hampton Inn Sierra Vista

4100 Snyder Boulevard, Sierra Vista, Arizona, 85635, United States
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  • Families85
  • Couples100
  • Solo66
  • Business74

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Travel Tips for Sierra Vista

Packing List

by cwest03

No special bag is needed for Sierra Vista. Bring whatever you're comfortable with. It was pretty darn hot when I was there so I would bring summer gear. Even though Sierra Vista is in the middle of no where they still have all the comforts of home. If you have special requirements you may want to plan ahead. If not you should be able to find basic photo supplies. There might even be a good camera shop in town. Bring something to keep you entertained at night. Once the mall closes there's not much to do.

MSCS: What was Life Like 13,000 Years Ago?

by Basaic

Most of North America was still covered in ice. In Arizona, what is now a semi-arid high desert was a lush green valley abundant with water, filled with lots of green trees and plants, and teeming with wildlife. Massive animals like Mammoths, Bison, Camels, Giant Sloths, Saber-toothed Tigers, and Dire Wolves roamed the area. This abundance of food attracted the Clovis People. Evidence of this hunting has been found in the form of Clovis Points, a distinctive fluted spearhead used exclusively by the Clovis People. Some of the evidence of the Clovis People living in this area was found in these natural washes, others by digging.

Ramsey Canyon: Stop 1 Ramsey Creek

by Basaic

The main trail from the Visitor Center/Gift Shop to Ramsey Overlook crosses Ramsey Creek in several places. Ramsey Creek is an important tributary to the San Pedro River. This aids in the diversity of the plant and animal life in the area. If you are patient you may see some wildlife along the creek. Sometimes after a rainstorm you cannot cross the creek.

Meet the Locals

by Basaic

I always feel one of the most interesting things to do anywhere is meet the locals. For Sierra Vista, I will start with Rikki. One look at her and you can tell she is an interesting person. Nice eyes and a great smile too. Here also is Stephanie, Charley (if you need to know anything about books or horror movies ask him) and last but not least Tiffany and Angel.

Jacquelynn's Sierra Vista Page

by Jacquelynn

I spent a few years in Sierra Vista, Arizona which is located about 70 miles southeast of Tucson.

This city of 40,000 is dependant largely on the presence of historic Fort Huachuca.

Despite being in the desert, Sierra Vista has a temperate climate year- round. Nearby are the Huachuca Mountains as well as the San Pedro River.


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 Hampton Inn Sierra Vista

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Address: 4100 Snyder Boulevard, Sierra Vista, Arizona, 85635, United States