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Directions from Phoenix, AZ to Puerto Penasco (Rocky Point), Mexico

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  • Travel west on I-10 from Phoenix to the State Route 85 exit.
  • Head south on SR 85, through the outskirts of Buckeye and on to Gila Bend.
  • Continue west through Gila Bend and turn right just before McDonald's. This turn is marked with a sign stating “Mexico” and “SR 85 South.”
  • Continue south on SR 85 from Ajo. Next is Why, AZ.
  • Continue south through Organ Pipe National Monument to the border at Lukeville, AZ. This is the last stop prior to Mexico. The settlement at Lukeville is called “Gringo Pass” and has all facilities available if there was anything you forgot. There is a well stocked grocery store, etc. but the prices are pretty high.
  • You will cross the Border @ Lukeville, Az/Sonoita, Sonora, Mexico.
  • Getting through Sonoita.... Once across the border you will continue south into Sonoita. The speed limit here is fairly slow so be careful. Driving in Mexico is not a problem as long as you drive defensively. About two miles from the border you will come to a three way intersection. Stay to the left (towards Caborca). Do not take the direction to San Luis. About one block south of there the road will split into a “Y.” “Pharmacia San Luis” will be on your right just before the “Y.” Stay to the right and you will be on the road to Rocky Point. You will pass “Vasquez’s” on your left if you have made the correct turn. There is a traffic light soon after Vasquez’s ( great place to stop for Tequila, Bear, Soda) that is easy to miss if you don’t know it is there.
  • The highway from Sonoita to Puerto Peñasco is approximately 50 miles of open range. You will know you are close to Rocky point when you start seeing sand dunes and at night the lights of Rocky Point/Sandy Beach.

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Directions from Tucson, AZ to Puerto Penasco (Rocky Point), Mexico

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  • Take State Route 86 west from Tucson all the way to "Why," AZ. Why is a good place to top off the fuel tank before crossing into Mexico. 
  • Continue south on SR 85 through Organ Pipe National Monument to the border at Lukeville, AZ. This is the last stop prior to Mexico. The settlement at Lukeville is called “Gringo Pass” and has all facilities available if there was anything you forgot. There is a well stocked grocery store, etc. but the prices are pretty high. 
  • You will cross the border at Lukeville, AZ/Sonoita, Sonora, Mexico. Getting through Sonoita.... Once across the border you will continue south into Sonoita. The speed limit here is fairly slow so be careful. Driving in Mexico is not a problem as long as you drive defensively. 
  • About two miles from the border you will come to a three way intersection. Stay to the left (towards Caborca). Do not take the direction to San Luis. About one block south of there the road will split into a “Y.” “Pharmacia San Luis” will be on your right just before the “Y.” Stay to the right and you will be on the road to Rocky Point. You will pass “Vasquez’s” on your left ( great place to stop for Tequila, Beer & Soda) if you have made the correct turn. 
  • There is a traffic light soon after Vasquez’s that is easy to miss if you don’t know it is there. Continue along the same road all the way to Rocky Point. 
  • The highway from Sonoita to Puerto Peñasco is approximately 50 miles of open range. You will know you are close to Rocky point when you start seeing sand dunes and at night the lights of Rocky Point/Sandy Beach.

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Directions from Yuma, AZ to Puerto Penasco (Rocky Point), Mexico

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  • Head east on I-8 from Yuma to the State Route 85 exit at Gila Bend. 
  • Continue into Gila Bend and turn left just beyond McDonald's. This turn is marked with a sign stating “Mexico” and “SR 85 South.” 
  • Continue south on SR 85 to Ajo. Continue south on SR 85 from Ajo. Next civilization is Why, AZ. Why is a good place to top off the fuel tank before crossing into Mexico. 
  • Continue south through Organ Pipe National Monument to the border at Lukeville, AZ. This is the last stop prior to Mexico. The settlement at Lukeville is called “Gringo Pass” and has all facilities available if there was anything you forgot. There is a well-stocked grocery store, etc. but the prices are pretty high. 
  • You will cross the border at Lukeville, AZ/Sonoita, Sonora, Mexico. Getting through Sonoita.... Once across the border you will continue south into Sonoita. The speed limit here is fairly slow so be careful. Driving in Mexico is not a problem as long as you drive defensively. About two miles from the border you will come to a three way intersection. Stay to the left (towards Caborca). Do not take the direction to San Luis. About one block south of there the road will split into a “Y.” “Pharmacia San Luis” will be on your right just before the “Y.” Stay to the right and you will be on the road to Rocky Point. You will pass “Vasquez’s” on your left if you have made the correct turn. There is a traffic light soon after Vasquez’s ( great place to stop for Tequila, Bear, Soda) that is easy to miss if you don’t know it is there. 
  • The highway from Sonoita to Puerto Peñasco is approximately 50 miles of open range. You will know you are close to Rocky point when you start seeing sand dunes and at night the lights of Rocky Point/Sandy Beach.

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Directions from Southern California to Puerto Penasco (Rocky Point), Mexico

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  • There are a couple routes available from Southern California. From the San Diego area, follow I-8 East to Yuma and then follow the directions in the "From Yuma" guide. 
  • From L.A., visitors can take I-10 East to Arizona SR-95 at Quartzite, AZ, and then south on Arizona SR-95 to Yuma and then follow the directions in the "From Yuma" guide. 
  • Another (longer) way would be to take I-10 East to Buckeye, AZ and turn south on Arizona SR-85. Taking this route you would follow the directions in the "From Phoenix" guide, picking it up where you turn south off of I-10 onto Arizona SR-85.

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