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Creekside Madera Canyon Cabin
Relax on the deck overlooking a creek in this recently renovated 1 Bdr 556 square foot cabin in Madera Canyon, AZ, surrounded by the Coronado National Forest. Full kitchen. Property is walking distance to trailheads, picnic areas and favorite birdwatching spots.
$115 per night
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Madera Canyon w/Mountain View
Fabulous porch with swing, glider and room to feed the whole family while watching hummingbirds at your feeder. One of a kind woodwork. 1326 sf of indoor living space. Central AC/heat. Walking distance to Coronado National Forest hiking trails.
$123 per night
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Entire cabin · Hereford
Parker Canyon Lake Cabin
Welcome to The Parker Cabin or as we like to call it, #thelittleblackcabininthewoods. This remote boho-style cabin is completely off-the-gird and fully functional. Offering two bedrooms and one bath. Surrounded by trees, wildlife and endless star gazing along the Arizona Trail in the Coronado National Forest. The Parker is the perfect retreat to reset, reflect and enjoy the great outdoors. Enjoy lakeside fishing, hikes, or kayaking just outside your door.
$120 per night

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Entire guest suite · Green Valley
Bird nest suite an oasis of comfort in the forest.
$200 per night
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Entire rental unit · Pima County
Surrounded by nature in the trogon apartment
$300 per night
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Rejuvenate in the Cowboy suite in Madera Canyon
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$65 per night
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Entire home · Sonoita
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Entire guesthouse · Patagonia
Casita Hermosa Bunkhouse
$75 per night
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Entire guest suite · Tubac
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$85 per night
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Private room · Patagonia
Sky Island Retreat in Patagonia
$65 per night
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Private room · Nogales
Patagonia Lake Hideaway
$65 per night
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Entire home · Sonoita
Winemaker's Casita in the heart of Wine Country
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Entire home · Amado
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Entire home · Sonoita
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$215 per night

Your guide to Madera Canyon

All About Madera Canyon

Located in Arizona’s Coronado National Forest, about 30 miles south of Tucson, Madera Canyon is a gorgeous valley of streams, juniper-oak woodlands, and beautiful pine forests. The area is one of Arizona’s premier birding destinations, home to more than 250 species, including hummingbirds, elf owls, red-faced warblers, and painted redstarts. You can find various species in different areas of the park, and one of the best ways to see a wide variety of birds is by hitting one of the many hiking trails. The area offers a wide array of natural paths, giving people of all fitness levels the opportunity to explore. Some of the most popular trails include the Mt. Wrightson Loop and the Madera Canyon Nature Trail. Just outside of the canyon, you can visit the small but thriving artists’ colony of Tubac, located in the remains of an old Spanish fort.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Madera Canyon?

Due to the year-round beauty of the area, there is no bad time to secure your Madera Canyon cabins. However, the weather can be extreme, so it is essential to be prepared. Temperatures get very cold during the winter, and you may even be lucky enough to see snow. From July through August, monsoon-like rains can come suddenly. However, they also leave just as quickly, giving you plenty of time to put some miles in on the trails. The spring and fall generally have more mild and consistent weather, making it easier to plan your outdoor activities. It is important to keep in mind that Madera Canyon is located 3,000 feet higher than the surrounding Sonoran Desert and is generally significantly cooler, so it is a good idea to pack layers before setting out on any trails.


What are the top things to do in Madera Canyon?

Madera Canyon Nature Trail

This lovely 5.3-mile trail runs alongside Madera Creek, offering sweeping views of the Madera Canyon and the Santa Rita Mountains, including Mt. Wrightson, Arizona’s third tallest mountain. With an elevation gain of only 1,000 feet across two miles, the trail is suitable for all fitness levels and the perfect introduction to the area.

Tubac

Set among the sprawling desert, Tubac was established in the mid-18th century as a Spanish fort, and you can still see remnants of its past in the hidden courtyards and stone buildings. Today, it is a thriving artists’ colony with quiet streets lined with more than 100 boutiques selling handcrafted products.

Mt. Wrightson

Easily recognizable by its pyramid-shaped top, Mt. Wrightson rises more than 9,000 feet above the surrounding savannah and desert. A handful of trailheads located within the Madera Canyon Recreation Area allow visitors to ascend the summit. Although the climb can be challenging,

the trails will take you through canyons and over ridgetops, offering spectacular panoramas along the way.