See And Do
The caverns were apparently unknown to man until 1974, when two amateur cavers found a narrow crack in the bottom of a sinkhole, and followed the source of warm, moist air toward what ended up being more than 2½ miles of pristine cave passages.
When you think of Arizona normally the statuesque Saguaro Cactus usually comes to mind. It stands tall as an iconic symbol of Arizona. In their masses, they typically form the backdrop for those good old cowboy films.
Charming and historic, the town of Bisbee is only 82 miles southeast of Tucson and worth a day trip or overnight.
The Shady Dell is in a word...unique! All of the “rooms” are actually separate, vintage aluminum travel trailers with an authentic 1950's Diner within wallking distance to each room.