•   Looking for a hauntingly suitable day trip during your October Globe getaway? The nearby Superstition Mountains, nicknamed “The Superstitions” by locals, is just east of the Phoenix area. The large mountain range is popular for hiking, mountain biking and outdoor adventure. Part of the Superstition Wilderness Area, you’ll find a variety of features like … [Read more...]

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  •   Located in the charming downtown neighborhood, Hollis Cinema 4 is the local theater and cinema where you can catch the latest Hollywood releases in a quaint old-fashioned environment. The local chain features state of the art technology, comfortable and ample seating, and of course all of your favorites snacks and treats for a laid … [Read more...]

  •   Discover this Globe gem located in the historic downtown neighborhood where eating meets competing. This family-friendly restaurant features foosball, dart, billiards and even slot car tracks. Slip in for a quiet game of chess or checkers, or bring the kids to the toddler’s play area where classic games like Skittles are found alongside the … [Read more...]

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  •   Old Dominion Mine was operated as a copper extraction site from 1880 – 1931 and was key to developing the Globe-Miami region. In recent years, the mine was reclaimed and turned into a historical treasure highlighting the mining heritage of Globe while offering recreational opportunities via hiking trails. Now known as the Old Dominion … [Read more...]

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  •   Just one block from your spacious guest room is a taste of authentic south of the border cuisine at Irene’s Real Mexican Food. Arizona is renowned for Sonoran-style Mexican fare as well as homemade dishes and fusion cuisine. At Irene’s, it’s all about the rib eye steak and chimichangas. After filling up with a … [Read more...]

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  •   Near Globe but situated squarely in the desert you’ll find the Hohokam compound circa 1300s. Now a four-story house with irrigation canals and ballcourt, the 650-year-old monument is governed by the National Parks Service and has been a landmark meeting space since its beginning. The “Great House” and area compound is one of the … [Read more...]

  •   Every year, the city of Globe hosts a fireworks display at 9 p.m. reminiscent of old-fashioned Fourth of July celebrations. Gather in the heart of downtown for a community experience or head to the outskirts of town where the fireworks go head-to-head with the Arizona sky for a light show like no other. Globe-Miami … [Read more...]

  •   One mile from Globe, you’ll find the ruins of the ancient Salados, residents of the area almost 800 years ago. Today, the area is known as Besh Ba Gowah, a name given by the Apaches when they settled in the Globe region. It translates to “place of metal.” There’s also the museum where you … [Read more...]

  •   A former popular Apache route, the trail is now known at AZ 88 and connects the greater Phoenix area with Apache Junction and Theodore Roosevelt Lake via the Superstition Mountains. The Tonto National Forest also flanks the trail, which includes 40 miles of winding and steep roads that are largely unpaved. If you take … [Read more...]

  •   Just a few minutes from downtown Globe you’ll find the Apache Gold Casino Resort with all your favorite table games, golf, and a variety of dining options. Owned and operated by the San Carlos Apache Tribe, which covers nearly two million acres in eastern Arizona, there are strong cultural and spiritual ties to the … [Read more...]

 

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