Huachuca City

Huachuca City is a town in Cochise County, Arizona, United States. The population of the town is about 2000. Fort Huachuca, a U.S. Army base, is located just south of the municipality. The town comprises about 2.8 square miles.

Huachuca City started out as a rail stop, along the Southern Pacific Railroad. The rail stretched between Tombstone and Patagonia and is no longer in operation today. With the opening of Fort Huachuca in 1954, the area began to grow and while it went through many name changes – Campstone Station, Sunset City, and Huachuca Vista – it finally settled on the name Huachuca City and incorporated in 1958.

Huachucha City is located in the southeast corner of Arizona in Cochise County, noted for its historical, recreational and scenic features. The rugged mountains and broad grassy valleys were once dominated by the Apaches whose chief gave his name to the county. The Chiricahua Mountains and Coronado National Forest are popular with nature lovers and hunters.

Today, Huachuca City is a small town located at the north exit of Fort Huachuca. The Fort is the major employment for the town, however with retirees moving in and tourism starting to become a major business, because of the close proximity to Tombstone and Kartchner Caverns State Park, Huachuca City is a growing area.

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