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We've compiled some useful links that will make your trip to Douglas even better.

Need to know the exchange rate from pesos to dollars? Want to know more about birding and our famous wildlife refuges? You'll find helpful links to other  sites and information about our city and the surrounding area.

State of Arizona Office of Tourism
www.arizonaguide.com

Cochise County Office of Tourism
www.explorecochise.com

San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge
www.fws.gov

Mexico Visitors' Guidelines
http://travel.state.gov

Douglas, AZ Governemental Website
www.douglasaz.gov

Currency Exchange Rates
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Did You Know?
Aimee Semple McPherson, the famous evangelist, appeared in the Douglas area in June 1926. She had been missing for over 30 days, claiming she had been kidnapped and tortured by unknown captors. Today, most people believe the event was a hoax or a publicity stunt. Camp Harry J Jones, a military camp located east of Douglas beginning in 1911 and was an important fixture of the community for more than 20 years. The camp extended nearly 15 city blocks to the US/Mexico border.
Historic Douglas

 Historic Douglas Take a tour through Douglas’ fascinating past from its early mining history to the later Maquiladores years. These are the places and faces that have made Douglas Arizona’s home town.

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