The Campo Bonito Mine District is located near Apache Peak in the Santa Catalina Mountains, Arizona.
Camp Bonito GPS coordinates are: Latitude: 32°33'29"N; Longitude: 110°44'8"W.
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closer view of Camp Bonito. The actual camp is located off the Old Mount
Lemmon Highway, just outside of Oracle, Arizona.
The Campo Bonito mining claims are 1
mile ENE of Apache Peak and about 2 miles SW of Campo Bonito. The
claims were also active during 1943-1944 by E. H. Molson and E. J.
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Cody Stone is mined and designed as jewelry grade gold and silver in quartz from the mountains of the Santa Catalinas.
stone specimens and hand made items are on display at the Oracle Inn
Steakhouse & Saloon in Oracle, Arizona. Get a tour of the area, see
artifacts of the Iron Door Mine and Southwest, and mine for gold with Flint Carter.
Camp Bonito, Oracle, Arizona
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Campo Bonito and the High Jinks
The Campo Bonito mine is
about seven miles northeast of Oracle, Arizona in Pima County. The town
of Oracle, located on the northside of the Santa Catalinas is north of
The Catalinas is the region of the fabled Mine with the Iron Door (Lost Mine), which inspired the novel of the same name by Harold Bell Wright.
Nearby Campo Bonito is the High Jinks Ranch,
the site of one of Cody's mining claims. A ranch that was built by
Johnny Baker after Cody died still remains. The property currently is in
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