Nogales in Southern Arizona is inhabited by about 21,000 people.
The city is located some 160 miles (257 kilometers) from the state capital of Arizona, Phoenix and about 60 miles (97 kilometers) from Tucson.
Some of the most fascinating heritage places in this region are Tumacacori National Historical Park and also Tubac Presidio State Historic Park. Both of these are excellent spots to beef up on your history. To learn more about the past, it is also a good idea to tour other ancient structures and monuments in the vicinity of Nogales.
The natural parks surrounding Nogales show you the birds, trees and plants that exist in the region. To explore one of the most visited nature reserves, head out to Patagonia Lake State Park.
There’s no reason to neglect your swing when visiting Nogales; visit Palo Duro Creek Golf Course, home to the fastest greens, nastiest bunkers and friendliest clubhouse in the area. Grab your chequered pants and clubs and hit the greens, then finish the day in the clubhouse sharing a cold beer with friendly locals.