Bits & Pieces

Apache County is home to the first commercial Lavender Farm in the state of Arizona:
Red Rock Lavender in Concho.

They hold their Lavender Festival the last week of June, first week of July annually
and also sell their Lavender products online.


Arizona has several hundred ghost towns, many with colorful names that recall what
the people naming them may have left behind or expected to find.
You can explore Arizona's ghost towns here: Arizona Ghost Towns


Historical Markers:

The Old Bushvalley Fort, Alpine

26 Bar Hereford Ranch, Eagar

Amity School, Eagar

Benjamin B. Crosby Home, Eagar

Colter Ranch, Eagar

Eagar Elementary School, Eagar

Harry Colter Home, Eagar

Joseph Udall Barn, Eagar

Oscar Jepson Home, Eagar

Rencher Home, Eagar

Snyder-Cavanaugh Shoot Out, Eagar

William LeSueur Home 1913, Eagar

In Memory of Max Ortega 1905-1979, Lupton

One Days Ride to Zuni, Lupton

At Navajo Springs, Navajo

Arizona Cooperative Mercantile Institution, Springerville

Baca Home, Springerville

Baldonado Home, Springerville

Becker's Transcontinental Garage 1910, Springerville

Bertha Wahl Shooting, Springerville

Brawley Boarding House, Springerville

El Rio Theatre, Springerville

Escudilla Mountain, Springerville

James Hale Shooting, Springerville

Madonna of the Trail, Springerville

Old Grist Mill Site 1876, Springerville

Peter Thompson Home & Blacksmith Shop, Springerville

Presbyterian & Catholic Churches, Springerville

Slaughter Family Cemetary, Springerville

Springerville Schoolhouse, Springerville

White Mountain Historical Park, Springerville

White Mountain Hospital, Springerville

Pioneer Public Buildings, St. Johns

Arizona Four Corners, Teec Nos Pos

About the Navajo Code Talkers, Window Rock

In Remembrance of Our Warriors / Navajo Warrior Memorial, Window Rock

For a complete list of Historical Markers go to their website:

The Historical Marker Database