Fort Huachuca

Address
Sierra Vista, AZ
Toll-Free
800-288-3861
Phone
520-417-6960
Website
Official Website
Type
Landmark

Established in 1877, Fort Huachuca significantly shaped both local and national history. Today, it proudly serves as Arizona's last active Army post. This military installation was instrumental in the surrender of Geronimo in August 1886. It is home to the 4th U.S. Cavalry Regiment as well as the Buffalo Soldiers, who honorably earned their nickname during the Indian Wars.

Note: Fort Huachuca is an active military installation. Visitor passes for U.S. citizens are available at the front gate with a valid driver's license, vehicle registration, proof of vehicle insurance or rental agreement. Each passenger age 16 and older must also have a photo ID. Fort Huachuca is occasionally closed for maneuvers. International visitors are not permitted access, unless they are sponsored and escorted by authorized personnel.

Type
Landmark

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