Willcox is a small rural town located in the southeastern part of Arizona. While the town is small the hospitality is huge. Surrounded by southwestern and Native American influence, Willcox is a unique town. Hometown of the "Arizona Cowboy," Rex Allen and host to the Rex Allen Museum and Willcox Cowboy Hall of Fame, Willcox offers residents a rural lifestyle with easy access to city amenities; Tucson is 80 miles west on I-10. Willcox is an agricultural community with traditional crops, orchards and U-Pick farms. At one time, Willcox was known as the cattle-shipping capital of the nation with the largest number of cattle shipped from the rail head.
For additional information about Willcox, Arizona and northern Cochise County, visit the links below.
Willcox General Information
Willcox Chamber of Commerce
City of Willcox
History of Willcox, Arizona
Willcox Unified School District
Cochise Community College
Arizona Range News
Cochise Stronghold, Coronado National Forest
Ghost Town Trails
Willcox Real Estate
Statistics / Economy
Census Data For Willcox
|901 W Rex Allen Drive, Willcox, Arizona, 85643, (520) 384-3541|