Dragoon Travel Guide

  • J.H. Smith Grocery Store and Filling Station
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Dragoon Things to Do

  • J.H. Smith Grocery Store and Filling...

    The J.H. Smith Grocery Store and Filling Station was built early in the history of cars in the United States. It was a mainstay of the town for a number of years and is listed on the National Historic Register.

  • See the Dragoon Springs Stage Stop

    Dragoon Springs was a stop on the Butterfield-Overland stage route that went through Arizona before Wells Fargo. The town of Dragoon, and the mountains, were named for the Third U.S. Cavalry Dragoons that patrolled the area. The stagecoach stop served travelers on their way across Arizona. Today, the site is preserved and can be viewed from behind...

  • Meet the Locals

    Talking to the locals is always one of the best things to do when traveling. Dragoon was no exception. This is Jim one of the locals participating in the gunfights and quick draw competitions. He was interesting to talk to.

  • Texas Canyon Cemetery

    The Historic Texas Canyon Cemetery, final resting place of many of the areas early settlers is located on the property of the Amerind Foundation. It is also within view of beautiful Texas Canyon. The founders of the Amerind Foundation are buried in the small femced off area behind the cemetery.

  • Fulton-Hayden Art Gallery

    In addition to the museum with the artifacts; there is a nice art gallery on the grounds. They have a collection of art from different parts of the world with an emphasis on Southwestern art. The site around the goundation is pretty and relaxing. Entrance to both museums is $5 for adults; $4 for seniors; $3 for children 12 to 18; and free for...

  • Amerind Foundation

    Dragoon is the home of the Amerind Foundation a non-profit anthropological and archaeological research center with an impressive assortment of exhibits about Native American Culture. The foundation was established in 1937, and dedicates itself to research and education about all native cultures. In keeping with the location, the main emphasis is on...


Dragoon Shopping

  • Exotic Items in the Middle of the Desert

    The Quatro Casitas is four homes/shops (not including the outhouse) housing a group of local artisans. The main shop is the Soap Fetsih, which sells candles, soaps, butters, dashikis and various items from around the world with an emphasis on Africa. A unique shop that you would not expect to see in the middle of the desert. Stop and shop.

  • Antiques, Collectibles and Jewelry

    The Dragoon What-Not Shoppe has a variety of antiques and "gently used" furniture. It also sells art and jewelry made by local artisans. The owner is a nice lady and she won't steer you wrong. Antiques at a decent price.

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