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Copper Canyon Adventure Park Hotel & Travel Guide

Flee from the traffic and tarmac when you visit Copper Canyon Adventure Park, where Mother Nature will work her magic.

You'll discover this attraction in Copper Canyon, 780 miles (1,255 kilometer) away from Mexico City, the country's capital.

You have 4 accommodation offerings to select from nearby, and they're all excellent choices. The Hotel Barrancas del Cobre and Posada Barrancas Mirador are both within 2 miles (3 kilometers) of Copper Canyon Adventure Park.

Just 0.5 miles (0.8 kilometers) away, El Tonari (Urique) is just the venue to enjoy a satisfying meal following a busy afternoon.

Other Things to Do Near Copper Canyon Adventure Park

Once you've finished with Copper Canyon Adventure Park, don't neglect the region's other attractions:

  • The beautiful splendor of Cusarare Falls is something every visitor should experience.
  • Explore the shores of Lake Arareko, where you can munch on some snacks and bask in the beauty of nature.
  • The French painter Renoir once said that if you want to understand art, you have to go to a museum and look at it. Why not take his advice and make your way to Craft Arts Museum of the State of Chihuahua on your travels?