The Hidden National Park In Arizona That Almost No One Knows About

If you’re in the mood for a secluded adventure, look no further than Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge. Tucked away in the middle-of-nowhere town of Sasabe near the Arizona-Mexico border, this little-known oasis is one of the most remote national parks in Arizona. Hike, take a scenic drive, camp, and get up close and personal with majestic wildlife. It’s one of the most peaceful nature experiences you’ll ever have!

Visit the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge website or Facebook page for more information, including current hours and entrance fees.

Have you ever visited Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge? Are there any other remote national parks in Arizona worth checking out? Tell us your thoughts in the comments! Don’t forget to check out our previous article for a spooky ghost town located about an hour away.

Address: Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge Admin Building And Visitor Contact Station, 37257 S Sasabe Rd, Sasabe, AZ 85633, USA