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GreenPackin’ approved AZT mail drop sites (We can ship your order to any location requested, including “General Delivery” at any US Post Office)

AZT Mail Drop Map       Arizona Trail Association

Arizona Sunshine Tours  –  Hereford, AZ  –  (520) 803-6713                         Shuttle Provider: Tony Grzywa 
 Arizona Sunshine Tours     Web Site    Facebook      
Mail drops accepted. We are a shuttle service provider located at the southernmost Arizona Trail trailhead outside of Sierra Vista in Southeastern Arizona on the US/Mexico border. We provide and operate daily services to and from the Tucson International Airport and points in between by advance RSVP based on availability. Popular pick-up and drop off points for Arizona Trail gateway communities are: Sierra Vista, The Coronado National Visitor Center, Montezuma Pass, Patagonia, Kentucky Camp and Colossal Cave State Park.

Stage Stop Inn  –  Patagonia, AZ  –  (520) 394-2211  
Your Hosts: Lynne and Gerry Isaac
Stage Stop Inn  Web Site     Facebook     
Mail drops accepted (no charge for guests, all others $5). The Stage Stop Inn lies directly on the Arizona Trail and is a perfect rest stop for a hot meal, shower and comfortable night’s sleep. We are Trail Angels for hikers; arranging  transportation, receiving and shipping packages, providing laundry services or whatever else may be needed. 

High Jinks Ranch  –  Oracle, AZ                                                                                    Your Hosts: Dan Blanco & Laurel Wilson
High Jinks Ranch   Web Site     Facebook
Mail drops accepted. We’re putting along here at High Jinks: enjoying the view, making improvements as gently as we can, and carrying on with the lovely dreams that got us here in the first place. We have a lovely little casita. It has incredible views from a large front room, a commodious bathroom and shower, and a keen little loft under the A-frame roof.

Cherry Valley Ranch Bed & Breakfast  –  Oracle, AZ  –  (800) 731-6760        Your Host: Susan Woodruff 
Cherry Valley Ranch   Web Site     
Mail drops accepted. Our guest accommodations include two spacious bedrooms in the main house on the hillside and two private cottages in the valley below. Each bedroom has a fireplace and a private bath featuring hand painted tile. The main house can sleep up to five people and is furnished with antique Mexican furniture, pressed tin fixtures and decorated with works of local artists. The cottages are fully furnished and decorated in the unique Southwest style.

Foster’s Lodge  –  Mammoth, AZ  –  (520) 487-1904                                               Your Hosts: Karl and Debora Foster
Fosters Lodge   Web Site   Facebook    
All our rooms have Wi-Fi, satellite TV, microwave, refrigerator, and A/C. Swimming pool is available for all our guests. We have cottages with a full kitchen. Shuttle service from Aravipa to Mammoth and back for a small donation to pay for the gas. Mail drops are at the local post office only, transportation to the post office can be arranged.

General Kearny Inn  –  Kearny, AZ  –  (877) 363-5505 or (520) 363-5505
General Kearny Inn   Facebook 
Mail drops accepted. Free wireless high-speed internet access, free long distance phone calls, DirecTV, laundry facility. Tucked away in the scenic hills of Arizona’s Copper Country.

North Rim Country Store  – Fredonia, AZ                                                                (928) 638-2383 (during open season)                                                          Proprietors: Tyler and Betsy Hager
North Rim Country Store   Web Site      
Mail drops accepted (May 15th – November 1st). Snacks, groceries, beer and wine, water, maps, souvenirs, camping needs. The AZT goes behind the North Rim Country Store in Tater Canyon intersecting with Forest Service Road 610 at the East Rim View Point. Located at milepost 605 on Hwy 67.


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