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Box Canyon ATV Tour in Florence, Arizona

Florence, United States

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icon4 hours  (Approx.)
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iconOffered in: English
Good for avoiding crowds


Set out on an adventure with this 4-hour ATV tour through Box Canyon in Florence, Arizona. Travel past the Tortilla Mountains as you follow your guide on a 34-mile (54.kilometer) drive through Box Canyon. Along the way see petroglyphs left over from the ancient Native Americans, as well as an old post office built in the mid-1800s. Pass by the Butterfield Overland Stage Coach Company’s way station from 1860 and an old miners’ building, too.
  • 4-hour ATV tour through Box Canyon in Florence, Arizona
  • Adventure past the Tortilla Mountains and through Box Canyon on a 34-mile (54717-meter) ride
  • Spot historical petroglyphs left over from the ancient Native Americans
  • See an old miner’s building and a post office built in the 1800s
  • Enjoy snacks and bottled water on this tour
  • Choose between an 7:45am and a 12:45pm departure time
  • Pick a single- or double-sized ATV
Meet your group and guide at the time you chose for your tour. Listen to a short safety briefing before you get your helmet, goggles, and gloves. Follow your guide in your easy-to-operate automatic ATV through the mountains and into Box Canyon where the real fun begins.

The trail is about 34 miles (54717 meters) long. Ride through gorgeous areas of the canyon stopping at several spots for picture opportunities. See an old adobe building that used to serve as a way station for the Butterfield Overland Stage Coach Company during the 1860s. Pass by an old miners’ building and a post office built in the 1800s. Plus, see historical petroglyphs left over from the ancient Native Americans up close.

This trip really is an adventure. The canyon walls you drive through sometimes reach up to 1500-feet (457-meters) high, and cacti and rocky terrains are everywhere. Your guide is also super experienced to help you through all weather conditions, such as the heat or rain.  
*Select 1 adult when booking a Double ATV
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Meet at Trailhead for start of tour - not a physical location.
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What is the maximum group size during Box Canyon ATV Tour in Florence, Arizona?
This activity will have a maximum of 12 travelers.

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A lot of fun enjoyed every moment...
beronica s
, Sep 2016
A lot of fun enjoyed every moment! The tour guide was great first-time driver on ATV and this was perfect!
What an absolutely beautiful and fun...
Mary Anne Q
, Aug 2016
What an absolutely beautiful and fun experience! We arrived at the staging area to find we were the only ones on the morning's tour. Summer is kind of slow due to the heat, but we left around 8:15, and the sun wasn't bad at all. We rode for miles and miles through the Tortilla mountains and then when we entered Box Canyon, it was unbelievably beautiful. Riding through the narrow passes was so much fun. My 23-year old son had never driven an ATV before but got the hang of it in 2 minutes. The ride was very sturdy, and a bit challenging when we had to go over some pretty big boulders, but not scary at all. Ray was our guide, and he was fantastic. He took us to an old miners' building used for materials and a post office, built in the mid 1800 that was still standing. It just makes you think about what life was like back then. We did not see another person during the entire 3 hour trip! We did see two dead cows, and the ranchers leave them there for the wildlife to take care of. Ray did tell us that if there were a heavy rain, we'd have to get out of the canyon quickly, as it can become a flash flood with a wall of water in minutes. Once we were out of the canyon, we ran full throttle back to the staging area at the end, on flat terrain, and it was so much fun. Do it. You won't regret it!

Product code: 32242P2

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