The Douglas Ranger District comprises three mountain ranges north and east of Douglas, Arizona. These ranges are the Chiricahua, Dragoon, and Peloncillo Mountains. A portion of the Ranger District in the Peloncillos extends into New Mexico as well. The district comprises three formerly separate national forests: Chiricahua National Forest, Dragoon National Forest and Peloncillo National Forest, all combined into the Coronado National Forest.

The district surrounds Chiricahua National Monument, which is managed by the National Park Service.

District Information

Latitude: 31.8465 Longitude: -109.2915

Counties: Cochise, Graham & Greenlee

Unique Flora:

Arizona sycamore (Platanus wrightii)

Johann’s pine (Pinus johannis)

Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii var. glauca)

Unique Fauna:

Chiricahua leopard frog (Lithobates chiricahuensis Syn. Rana chiricahuensis)

Elegant trogon (Trogon elegans)

 

Highest Point: Chiricahua Peak: 9,759 ft (2,975 m)

53°
and partly cloudy

Lowest Point: Left Hand Canyon: 3,440 ft (1,050 m)

62°
and partly cloudy

Attractions


Points of Interest

What To Do

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Cochise Stronghold


  1. Read more information on the Coronado National Forest page
  2. Learn about the history
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Peloncillo, Chiricahua and Dragoon Mouintains


Remote hiking

Gorgeous views

Hiking trails of all levels

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Cave Creek Canyon


Learn more information from Friends of Cave Creek Canyon