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  • Map & Directions

    View Larger Map From Tucson Go east on I-10 and exit at Route 83 (scenic highway) Proceed south on Route 83 approximately 18 miles to the paved gravel road on your left between mile post 40 and 39. Watch for brown Historic Empire Ranch sign on the right side of the highway. Turn east (left) onto paved road and follow for 3 miles to the Empire Ranch House on your left. From Sonoita Go north on Route 83 for 6.6 miles, to the paved gravel road on y…

  • Become a Sponsor

    …with our newsletter. If you or your organization would like to benefit the community and the Empire Ranch through ERF program sponsorship or donations in kind we very much want to hear from you. There are numerous ways you can help, including making financial donations, contributing in-kind supplies or materials, or providing skills for program activities or entertainment free of charge. Please contact the ERF Administrator to learn more about eve…

  • Empire Ranch is Purchased and the Hard Work Begins (August-December 1876)

    …to buy some stuff for curtains, as my maxim is, a fellow may as well live comfortably while he can. I have had a jolly good long time of discomfort now. Coal is not known in the territory, so we always burn wood which makes very jolly warm fires, but it is so abominably hard to cut. It is called mesquite and bears large quantities of beans which fatten the cattle very much.” Herbert Hislop probably used Room 1 or Room 3 as his quarters. Walter Va…

  • The Search for the Right Ranch (July 14-August 22, 1876)

    …r having lighted our camp fire. In the night we were woke up by the wolves coming round us and giving us a treat of some of their music, but they soon got tired and left. They will sometimes come and gnaw the rope or rawhide that you tether your horse by and you always have to look out for them on account of this.” The Happy Valley Ranch was located on the east side of the Rincon Mountains. Image source: An Englishman’s Arizona, 1965 August 8, 187…

  • Youth Education

    …Cienega Watershed Partnership sponsors Youth Engaged Stewardship (YES!), a project that contributes to Youth Outdoor Pathways – a network of organizations concerned with the meaningful engagement of youth in the outdoors including the Cienega Watershed. Formed in 2011, CWP and many educational, environmental, governmental, and youth organizations are mapping out what pathways lead to significant involvement, advocacy, skills enhancement, and leade…

  • Articles & Links

    …. Vail. Sonoita, AZ: Empire Ranch Foundation, 2016. [Available from Amazon.com] The Empire Ranch and Walter L. Vail by John J. Wooley and Laurel Wilkening. The Copper State Journal 2002; 37 (4): 12-17. Permission to post being sought. Empire Ranch v. Southern Pacific Railroad, 1890. Empire Ranch Foundation News. May 2004, 5(2):3-4. The English Boys’ Outfit, Part 1 by Sinclair Browning. Empire Ranch Foundation News. Aug 2004, 5(3):5-6. The English…

  • The Trip from Los Angeles to Tucson (July 5-13, 1876)

    …is very aggravating to have to wait here in this place, as there are no accommodations here. Hislop slept in an old school house with a young fellow I met in Tucson and I slept under a tree. The country around here is much better than I expected to find it they have plenty of water for irrigation and the crops look very well and there seems to be a good excitement about the mines which seem to be paying well. I see by the paper that Fish has adve…

  • Preservation Projects

    …e wall, the South Barn, Mechanic’s Shed, and other buildings. Preservation projects completed, underway or currently scheduled are summarized below. Projects Completed (Note: Projects are listed in rough reverse chronological order, with most recent ones first. See end of list for projects currently scheduled or underway) Front Porch, Living Room, Dining Room & Middle Room interpretation expansion and historical interior finishing (completed 2019)…

  • Frequently Asked Visiting Questions

    …the Empire Ranch Headquarters are open to the public 365 days a year. We recommend visiting during daylight hours, since the buildings and yards have no artificial lighting. The Empire Ranch Foundation partners with the Bureau of Land Management’s Tucson Field Office to help promote preservation and education at the Empire Ranch Headquarters and Las Cienegas National Conservation Area. For questions about Empire Ranch Foundation activities, call 8…

  • Board & Staff

    …(888) 364-2829 Are you interested in serving on the Board? Do you want to help shape the future of the Empire Ranch? Consider serving as a member of the Board of Directors of the Empire Ranch Foundation. Each member serves a three-year term, attends board meetings held every other month, and volunteers at special outreach and fundraising events. For more information, contact the ERF Administrator. Past ERF Presidents Gerald Korte (1997-1998) Care…