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  • Newsletter Articles – Topic Index

    …tion, March 2020, p. 3 Visitor Contact Station Debuts at the Roundup, Nov 2011, p. 3 Adaptive Reuse Planning Benchmark, Aug 2004, p. 4 Adaptive Reuse Plan Status, May 2004, p. 2 Empire Ranch House Museum: Moving from Vision to Plans, May 2003, p. 2 Empire Ranch Historic House Museum Envisioned, May 2001, p. 1 Master Plan for Empire Ranch Western Heritage Site and Educational Center Takes Shape, Feb 2001, p. 3 Progress in Planning for the Empire, N…

  • Vail & Gates, 1888-1909

    …d in 1888. One for the Empire Land & Cattle Company which declared over 3,400 acres of land, 8,360 cattle, 190 horses, 304 bulls, and 4 mules. The second one was for Vail & Vosburg’s Pantano Ranch that paid taxes on 2,280 acres of land, 2,300 cattle, 20 horses, 85 bulls, and 2 mules. Empire Ranch cattle herd, 1920. ERF archives: A119-2a   Overgrazing Problems—1888 In the late 1880s overgrazing in Arizona was beginning to be a serious concern. In O…

  • Millions for Tucson Raffle

    Since 2004, Jim Click, Jr. has initiated five raffles* for charities in the Greater Tucson area and has donated a vehicle as the raffle prize. Eligible 501c3 charities have been encouraged to sell tickets for the raffle with each charity keeping 100% of the proceeds raised. The raffle has been one of the many ways the Click family has been able to give back to the community that has given his family so much since they came to Tucson in 1974. Thi…

  • The Search for the Right Ranch (July 14-August 22, 1876)

    …in An Englishman’s Arizona. The Ranching Letters of Herbert R. Hislop, 1876-1878. Tucson: Overland Press, 1965, and Vail family correspondence from the Empire Ranch Foundation archives. July 14, 1876—The Search for a Ranch Begins Walter Vail on horseback, ca. 1898. Source: Empire Ranch Foundation archives A530-42 Hislop writes (8/7/1876): “Rested and just looked round the town for horses to buy, but did not succeed. Had more offers of ranches, it…

  • Map & Directions

    View Larger Map From Tucson Go east on I-10 and exit at Route 83 (scenic highway) Proceed south on Route 83 approximately 18 miles to the paved gravel road on your left between mile post 40 and 39. Watch for brown Historic Empire Ranch sign on the right side of the highway. Turn east (left) onto paved road and follow for 3 miles to the Empire Ranch House on your left. From Sonoita Go north on Route 83 for 6.6 miles, to the paved gravel road on y…

  • Hours, Map & Directions

    …Conservation Area (LCNCA), located just 50 miles southeast of Tucson, and 10 miles north of Sonoita. The Ranch Headquarters and the LCNCA are open daily to visitors from sunrise to sunset. The Visitor Contact Center and Gift Shop is open during docent tours, volunteer work days, and special events. Click here for a schedule of upcoming events and more details. There is no charge for entry and permits are not generally required to visit the nation…

  • Programs

    …ng Docent-led walking tours of the historic Empire Ranch House are held at 11am on the second and fourth Saturday of each month. Tours start at the Empire Ranch Visitor Contact Station and provide an introduction to the history of the Empire Ranch families and the buildings in which they worked and lived. Click here for more information. Interested in becoming a docent? Click here for more information about the docent training program. Special Eve…

  • Special Recreation Permits

    …creation Permits web page and contact BLM/Tucson Field Office, (520) 258-7200. What are use definitions? Commercial use is defined as recreational use of the public lands and related waters for business or financial gain. The activity, service, or use is commercial if any person, group or organization makes or attempts to make a profit, receive money, amortize equipment, or obtain goods or services, as compensation from participants in recreationa…

  • Donate Now

    …dation welcomes your support! The Empire Ranch Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that was established in 1997. Acting in cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management, the purpose of the Foundation is to protect, restore and sustain the Empire Ranch historical buildings and landscape as an outstanding western heritage and education center. We fund projects through the support of members, individuals and businesses, through public, c…

  • History Overview

    …he events that led to the establishment of the Empire Ranch. Vail Era (1876-1928) Boice Era (1928-1969) Corporate Era (1969-1988) Bureau of Land Management Era (1988-present) Vail Era (1876-1928) The Empire Ranch was originally established in the 1860’s as a homestead ranch of 160 acres with a flat topped four-room adobe ranch house and adjoining adobe-walled corral. In 1876 the ranch was owned by Edward Nye Fish, a Tucson businessman, when it was…