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  MAP OF ROCKY POINT  
     
     
   
     
     
  Directions  
     
  From Phoenix:  
     
 

Take I-10 West out of Phoenix to State Highway 85 South. Follow 85 through Gila Bend, Ajo and Why until you reach the Mexican Border. For information on the border crossing, Click on the Customs link.

Just over the U.S./Mexican border is the Mexican town of Sonoita. Stay to the right and there are signs which direct you through town to Puerto Peņasco. Just keep a lookout for them. They will place you on Mexico Route 8 and an almost straight run to Puerto Peņasco, commonly known as Rocky Point. There are a few sharp turns, so stay alert & if at all possible, drive only during the daytime.

 
     
     
  From Tuscon:  
     
 

Valencia Road is the largest major street in Tucson that then becomes State Highway 86 - heading West. You can also use Ajo Way or I-19 (Ajo Exit) - both heading West. Once on Highway 86 continue West through Sells and Quijotoa (these towns are on the Papago Indian Reservation - Tohono O'Odham) to the town of Why. At Why turn left onto State Highway 85 South. Follow Highway 85 South to Lukeville, Arizona at the Mexican Border. For information on the border crossing, click on the Customs link.

Just over the U.S./Mexican border is the Mexican town of Sonoita. Stay to the right and there are signs which direct you through town to Puerto Peņasco. Just keep a lookout for them. They will place you on Mexico Route 8 and an almost straight run to Puerto Peņasco, commonly known as Rocky Point. There are a few sharp turns, so stay alert & if at all possible, drive only during the daytime.

 
     
     
  From Los Angeles:  
     
 

Take Interstate Highway 10 East to the Arizona town of Buckeye, then turn south on State Highway 85 through the towns of Gila Bend, Ajo and Why until you reach Lukeville at the Mexican border. For information on the border crossing, click on the Customs link.

Just over the U.S./Mexican border is the Mexican town of Sonoita. Stay to the right and there are signs which direct you through town to Puerto Peņasco. Just keep a lookout for them. They will place you on Mexico Route 8 and an almost straight run to Puerto Peņasco, commonly known as Rocky Point. There are a few sharp turns, so stay alert & if at all possible, drive only during the daytime.

 
     
     
  From San Diego:  
     
 

Take Interstate Highway 8 East through the Arizona bordertown of Yuma, to the town of Gila Bend. At Gila Bend turn south on State Highway 85 through the towns of Ajo and Why until you reach Lukeville at the Mexican border. For information on the border crossing, click on the Customs link.

Just over the U.S./Mexican border is the Mexican town of Sonoita. Stay to the right and there are signs which direct you through town to Puerto Peņasco. Just keep a lookout for them. They will place you on Mexico Route 8 and an almost straight run to Puerto Peņasco, commonly known as Rocky Point. There are a few sharp turns, so stay alert & if at all possible, drive only during the daytime.

 
     
     
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