When you turn onto Fairway Drive from Leslie Canyon you will notice the Cochise Fairgrounds to your left. When you follow the paved road into the parking lot by the clubhouse you will be asking yourself "Where are the Hidden Treasures around here?" Well don't give up. Just park at the Hidden Treasures entrance gate and walk to the golf course pro shop and they will guide you to YOUR HIDDEN TREASURE. You will follow the gently winding road past the gate and past the large trees and there it will be, peace and quiet awaiting you and you will feel a wave of calmness wash over you.
The town of Douglas has it all. Weather you like to view birds and nature, rock hound in some old mining claim, explore the history of the area or just enjoy a challenging round of golf, The Hidden Treasures RV park can put you in the center of it all.
First the Douglas Municipal Golf Course is literally our next door neighbor. The golf course connects with the RV park in three places and the views are stunning. In addition to golf they offer a bar a nice patio and a large meeting room for clubs or large family gatherings. Their prices are reasonable and the people are friendly. The course was built in the mid 1930's with nine holes by the WPA work crews and the "back nine" was built in 1999 and designed by one of the top world renowned designers.
Explore Slaughter Ranch and Rucker Canyon and many ghost towns are just a short drive from Hidden Treasures RV Park. They are excellent spots for bird watching, mountain biking and getting out in nature.
The rich history of Bisbee and Tombstone, the town too tough to die, are also close and well worth a day to visit each one and gather as much history of the wild west and the life of a hard working miner 80 years ago.