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Lodging in the area


In this area there are not a lot of places to stay that are closer than 50 miles from here. Unless you have camping equipment, reservations are certainly recommended!

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Please scroll down for all of those listed.


Birder's B & B




Whether you're a birder, hiker, star gazer, or just enjoy superb food and lodging in a relaxing, beautiful area, Birder's B & B will meet your needs.


P O Box 16421
100 Cave Creek Road
Portal, AZ 85632
1-888-596-2557



Casa Adobe Guest House


181 Hwy 80
877-557-2275
ridgeway@vtc.net



Casa Adobe is a new birder-friendly guest house in Rodeo, New Mexico. Nestled between the Chiricahua and Peloncillo Mountains ~ 50 miles north of Douglas, AZ. Rodeo is on the New Mexico Birding Trails system and is nine miles from Portal, AZ and the Cave Creek Canyon birding areas.




Cave Creek Ranch




P O Box 16554
Portal, Az 85632
520-558-2334
info@cavecreekranch.com
was lovingly restored by Reed Peters and his crew of friendly people he assembled.



Chiricahua Mountain Lodge



Located above the Chiricahua Event Center,
3 Miles north of Rodeo on Hwy 80
Call 575-557-5757

Web Page

The apartment is brand new and fully furnished.
Perfect for Families, Film & Fire Crews!




Cottages at Portal



have been remodeled to accomodate guests.
They are adorable and comfortable.


P O Box 16166
Portal, AZ 85632-6166
520-558-1151



DD Gamble Guest Lodge



The Saltillo tiled rock house has a living room with cozy wood burning stove, dining room, well stocked kitchen, 4 bedrooms (sleeps 9; 2  full beds and 5 twin beds) 2 full baths, patio, covered carport, several fenced corrals with water, delightful well water, Wi-Fi, CD player with CDs, Blu Ray/DVD, and complete bed and bath linens

Birding Hot Spot with All meals included

8374 E Rockspring Road
Portal, AZ 85632
520-558-1090




Four Bar Cottages



The Cavalier's are your host at this beautiful house
in the San Simon Valley. Well appointed and spotless.

520-558-2580
121 W. Portal Road Portal, AZ 85632

billcavaliere@hotmail.com



The George Walker House




The Lewis' are your hosts at this historic house in Paradise. Well appointed and authentic feeling...
it is a joy.

(520) 558-2287

2225 W. George Walker Lane
Portal, AZ 85632
winjac12@vtc.net




Mountain Shadows Getaway
11999 Wrangler Rd
Portal, AZ 85632
520-558-5858



This property is nestled below the Chiricahua Mountains and the Coronado National Forest, and there are hundreds of miles of riding and hiking trails. Your relaxing home away from home is located just five miles south of Rodeo, New Mexico off of High way 80. You'll soon discover why birding is a favorite pastime in the area.




Mountain Valley Lodge & R V Park



Very reasonably priced cottages and rooms and R V park. Owner and friendly host, DiAnn Matteson. She has made many improvements to the lodge and RV park.
There's a Koi pond in the yard to attract birds.

Hwy 80
Rodeo, NM 88056
(575) 520-3731
mtvalley88056@gmail.com




Myrtle Kraft Cottage




P O Box 384
Portal, AZ 85632
520 558 2443

is a new, roomy, very clean cottage with a great view of the mountains and hosts,
Portal Peak Lodge.



Painted Pony Resort



300+ acre high desert ranch accommodates up to 40 guests.
Lodging includes a spacious 5 bedroom main house, 2 guest houses with 4 additional bedrooms, large Events Building,
cabana courtyard with outdoor pool and hot tub, and 5 RV hookups.

Owner & Rental Contact:
info@surbey.com

On-Site Estate Manager:
575-557-0230




Portal Peak Lodge




P O Box 364,
Portal, Az 85632
520 558 2223
is comfortable, and kept very clean. No pets allowed.
Owned and Managed by the Webster Family.



QuailWay Cottage



Quailway Cottage is conveniently located halfway between Portal and Rodeo, only 10 minutes from the mouth of Cave Creek Canyon. The bird feeders are always stocked; the landscaping and small orchard function as a migrant trap.  Daytime views of the Chiricahuas, nighttime views of stars as far as the eye can see...

The Cavalier's are your hosts.

152 W. Portal Rd.
Portal, AZ 85632
520-558-0019
billcavaliere@hotmail.com




Rodeo Cottages



Rodeo, NM 88056
575-557-2319

Remodeled and redecorated cottage with a kitchen and private patio. Pets accepted.




Rusty's RV Resort




Rusty’s RV Ranch is located in the beautiful San Simon Valley, with 360° mountain views. We are Big Rig Friendly. The unique park is on 40 acres with about 20 acres developed. The park includes 40 sites, each with a 200 ft. pull-thru. Rusty’s RV Ranch also provides a convenience store, laundry facility, and secured WiFi Internet access to all sites. The San Simon Valley is known for astronomy, bird watching, hiking, and horseback riding on a tourist route. We are open year round.

Owner/Manager Rusty Ahles

PO Box 94
Rodeo, AZ 88056
575 557 2526
info@rustysrvranch.com




Sky Island Lodge



Whether you need a place to live while you’re building a home in our beautiful Portal, AZ - Rodeo, NM community, need a home base for a research project, or just need time away from the city to experience one of America’s most renowned birding areas, the Sky Island Lodge is a perfect short or long-term rental choice. One of Rodeo’s original homes, this refurbished residence has been serving new community members and visitors to this beautiful area since 1996.

The Sky Island Lodge is also a wonderful escape for those needing a quiet and scenic getaway to hike, bike, or birdwatch in the surrounding Chiricahua and Peloncillo Mountains. Stay at the Sky Island Lodge and experience “Country Living with In-Town Convenience.”

Sky Island Lodge
P.O. Box 275
Rodeo, NM 88056
520-558-0057
skyislandlodge@vtc.net


The American Museum of Natural History



Southwestern Research Station
is up in the Canyon and has occasional
openings for non-researchers.
Their address is:
Southwestern Research Station
P O Box 16553
(520) 558-2396