Reymert Mine

Florence, Arizona (Pinal County)

Last Updated: 08/23/2021
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Typically Open: Year Round
Permit Information: Permit Required - Click Here
Length: 2.13 miles
Highest Elevation: 2500 feet
Duration: About 1 hour
Shape of Trail: Out & Back
Best Direction to Travel: East
Nearest Town: Florence
Nearest Town w/ Services: Florence
Official Road Name: Reymert Mine Road
Management Agency: Bureau of Land Management
District: Tucson District


Highlight: Reymert Mine
The town of Reymert was originally established around a post office that started operating in 1890. Reymert was named after its founder, James DeNoon Reymart, who also founded the adjacent milling and smelting town of DeNoon. Originally a silver mine, then later a silver-manganese mine, the town's occupants largely worked at Reymert Mine until work there stopped in the 1950s. The remnants of the town were bulldozed in the late 1970s, leaving only a couple of processing kilns and several stacked stone foundations. The entire Florence OHV area offers other trails to explore that will challenge both man and vehicle. There are trails for every type of vehicle and experience level.


Route Information

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1. Trailhead (0 mi)
Travel east on the trail to the left of the brown Natural Resources sign.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Gold Canyon, Arizona

From Highway 60, travel south on Mineral Mountain Road for 5 miles to WP 7. The trailhead is on the left shortly after passing the cattle guard and signage.



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Bobby Nelson

Mapping Crew - Arizona

While living in the Midwest, I developed a passion for searching out new trails and hidden spots. That passion continues to this day in the beautiful southwestern United States. My wife and I are full-time RVers who travel from region to region exploring every nook and cranny we can find. While we're getting to know the locals, we gain insight into these areas, then passing on that knowledge onto our subscribers. We truly enjoy traversing long, beautiful back-country routes with epic campsites, but we equally enjoy pushing the limits on difficult rock crawling trails. Our rig was built to do everything and that's what we hope to share with our subscribers. Please visit our website to follow us and for opportunities to join us on our adventures. You can also view our vast video library on YouTube XPLOREMOR.
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