Photo Tom Mattey
Some of the Attractions and Points of Interest
Train Tracks, Water Tower, Rail Cars
Allison-Arboles was once part of the passenger and freight rail system that was abandoned in the 1950's. Remnants of old railroad bed are still visible some areas along Highway 151.There are also rail cars to be seen in pastures if you look carefully. Visit the old rail cars and water tower near Windsurf Beach.
Spring Creek and Fosset Gulch
Superb wildlife watching. See deer, elk, eagles, hawks, turkeys and other wildlife. Accessible by vehicle, bicycle (on improved roads only) horseback and hiking Both offer all the beauty of the southwest mountains.
Sambrito Wetlands Area
Wildlife Refuge. Scheduled bird and wildlife
Located in Navajo State Park, A popular spot for windsurfers and windsailers. Picnicking also allowed.
Annual Parade, Food, Independence Day celebrated by the Community.
The Tiffany, Allison, Rosa, Arboles Historical
Society is dedicated to promoting community enrichment. Rosa is the
town that was displaced when the lake was formed.
Located approximately 6 miles east of Allison-Arboles, on Highway 151.
Scheduled tours are available during
the summer months.
site established 4/97
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