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Main Street at night Hal Empie mural children on hilltop Javelina Chase road racers Gila River Trail in late spring Poppies

Duncan, Arizona

The town of Duncan, population 800, straddles the storied Gila River in far southeastern Arizona, five miles from the New Mexico border. Surrounded by scenic mountains and historic mining sites, working ranches and lush farmlands, Duncan’s local businesses welcome visitors and help provide an experience of the Old West, much as it was a century before. Duncan is a fine rural setting for retirement, starting a small business or raising a family. The public schools are innovative and have won national awards. Come and enjoy our town, whether for an evening or a lifetime.

Hill Street Mural

PHOTO CREDITS:
Main Street at Night by William Rose Photography
Detail from “Greenlee” Mural by Hal Empie by Desert Lavender Design
Hilltop View by Valerie Smith
Javelina Chase Cyclists by Norman Adams
Birding Trail in Late Spring by Deborah Mendelsohn
Poppies by Sam Bensusan