Arizona's Mexican Border Towns

Information about border towns on both sides of Arizona's border with Mexico. The towns in this section are listed from west to east with the western-most town listed first and the eastern-most town listed last. The western-most town is the town closest to California and the eastern-most town is the town closest to New Mexico. See also U.S. States Bordering Arizona and Pictures of Arizona.

San Luis / San Luis Rio Colorado

San Luis Port of Entry

San Luis - Arizona USA

San Luis Rio Colorado - Sonora Mexico
- Sonora Turismo: San Luis Rio Colorado
- Wikipedia Introduction to San Luis Rio Colorado

Lukeville / Sonoyta

Lukeville Port of Entry

Lukeville - Arizona USA

Sonoyta - Sonora Mexico
- Wikipedia Introduction to Sonoyta Mexico

Sasabe / Sasabe

Sasabe Port of Entry

Sasabe - Arizona USA

Aduana del Sasabe - Sonora Mexico
- Aduana del Sasabe Satellite Image

Nogales / Nogales

Nogales Port of Entry

Nogales - Arizona USA

Nogales - Sonora Mexico
- City of Nogales Mexico - Official Web Site (in Spanish)
- Hotels of Nogales Mexico
- Wikipedia Introduction to Nogales Mexico
Doctors and Dentists in Nogales Mexico

Naco / Naco

Naco Port of Entry
Information about the Naco Arizona border crossing on the United Statees Department of Homeland Security Web site.

Naco - Arizona USA

Naco - Sonora Mexico
Wikipedia Introduction to Naco, Mexico
Pueblos de Sonora: Naco, Mexico (in Spanish)
Doctors and Dentists in Naco Mexico

Douglas / Agua Prienta

Douglas Port of Entry

Douglas - Arizona USA
The Arizona border town of Douglas Arizona was founded in the early 1900's to house the families of two nearby copper smelting facilities. A new Douglas border crossing facility is in the planning stages that will have nine entrances, including commercial truck entrances. Construction of the new Douglas border crossing is expected to begin in 2012.

Agua Prieta - Sonora Mexico
The Mexican border town of Agua Prieta was founded in the late 1800's as the Commissary of Fronteras. and its name was name was changed to Agua Prieta in the early 1900's. Many early settlers were workers at the copper smelting facilities in Douglas Arizona.
- Hotels of Agua Prieta Mexico
- City of Agua Prieta - Official Web Site (in Spanish0
- Wikipedia Introduction to Agua Prieta
- Doctors and Dentists of Agua Prieta Mexico

More Arizona Border Crossing Resources:
- Estimated Wait Times at U.S. Border Crossing Points
- Estimated Wait Times at U.S. Border Crossing Points
- General Information About Crossing U.S. Borders
- Arizona-Mexico Ports of Entry

States Bordering Arizona

Regions of Arizona

Pictures of Arizona

See also:
Arizona Travel Guide
United States Travel Guide
Pan America Travel Guide

2014 Arizona Wall Calendars at

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