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post #1 of 6 Old 01-29-2009, 11:07 AM Thread Starter
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Sierra Vista/ SE AZ

I'm moving back to Arizona in Feb, Sierra Vista to be exact- anyone in SE AZ have any advice? I lived in Tucson, origionally but hadn't been to SV until this past summer.

I was looking to live in the Hereford/SV/Huachuca City area- probably Benson at the farthest, looking for a place to rent in the area- nothing over $700 if possible. Needs to be dog friendly and a decent neighborhood. Any leads would be appreciated.


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post #2 of 6 Old 02-11-2009, 09:36 AM
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I recently moved away from the Sierra Vista area (to Ajo, AZ). I would recommend trying to stay close to Sierra Vista, or even Huachuca City (even though it is kinda dumpy). The closer you live to the border, the more illegal traffic that you will have going through your yard. I have a friend who lived out on Ramsey Canyon Road and the realtor failed to inform them that the rear door had been kicked in a month before she bought it. I lived in Coronado National Monument, less then 2 miles from the line and never had any problems, but I was only there for a year. If you go into the National Forest, there is an unlimited number of possible jeep routes. I would recommend just keeping your head on a swivel and be as far north as possible after dark.
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I recently moved away from the Sierra Vista area (to Ajo, AZ). I would recommend trying to stay close to Sierra Vista, or even Huachuca City (even though it is kinda dumpy). The closer you live to the border, the more illegal traffic that you will have going through your yard. I have a friend who lived out on Ramsey Canyon Road and the realtor failed to inform them that the rear door had been kicked in a month before she bought it. I lived in Coronado National Monument, less then 2 miles from the line and never had any problems, but I was only there for a year. If you go into the National Forest, there is an unlimited number of possible jeep routes. I would recommend just keeping your head on a swivel and be as far north as possible after dark.
have fun.

Thanks for the advice, my Jeep goes on the boat in a few weeks

I can't wait to be back home!

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i have no clue im not a member, but you could go ahead and check them out i have heard they were pretty chill
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