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Benson, AZ
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4th Street & Patagonia Street
Benson, AZ 85602

Benson is an unstaffed stop with a platform and trackside shelter. There is a public pay telephone located at the bank branch across the street from shelter. A Dairy Queen restaurant is also located across the street from the boarding area.

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Station    6 points of interest   4 hotels   2 car rentals   2 visitor resources


Oct 30 Benson Bobcats v. Tanque Verde (Football)
Benson football field
Dec 11-12 N.O.E.L. -Night Of Extraordinary Ligihts (Festival)
Brown Parade Field
May 26, 2016 Benson High School Graduation (Academic)
Benson High School

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Short/long term n/a spaces. Adjacent to station, open 24 hr. Free. Unattended; park at own risk.


Local Bus Benson Area Transit
(520) 720-6329

Airport Tucson International - TUS
7005 S Plumer - 45.0 mi W
(520) 573-8100

Taxi Benson Taxi
150 S Land Ave - 0.6 mi W
(520) 586-1294


San Pedro Valley News-Sun  •  www.bensonnews-sun.com

Rep. Ron Barber
(D-AZ, dist. 2)

1029 Longworth House Office Bldg
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-2542
Sen. Jeff Flake

B85 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-4521

Sen. John McCain

241 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-2235

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Did you know...
A stop for the old Butterfield Stage as early as 1860. When the railroad arrived in 1880, it became the shipping point for the mines around Tombstone, 25 miles to the south, and the site of the "Gunfight at O.K. Corral." The first explorer of this region, in 1539, was the black Moroccan, Esteban, the first non-native to set foot in what is now the United States. Glimpsing the sun gleaming on the straw roofs of distant Zuni pueblos, Esteban mistakenly reported them to Coronado as cities of gold, setting off Coronado's lengthy search for the "Seven Cities of Cibolo," an expedition responsible for the introduction of the horse to the Southwest. Just south of Benson, in Sierra Vista, is the U.S. Army's Fort Huachuca.