San Pedro Fremont Cottonwood Tree
San Pedro Riparian Conservation Area, Sierra Vista, AZ, USA
San Pedro Fremont Cottonwood Tree Sierra Vista Reviews
'Bailey' the 80 Year Old Cottonwood Tree Mar 16, 2013
Known as the Great Tree of Arizona, the giant Fremont Cottonwood tree at the San Pedro house is in its own class. It is about 80 years old and measures 36 feet round. It was named 'Bailey' by the ranch manager who planted it behind his house in 1948.
It is of course the largest in the Riparian area, but the San Pedro River supports one of the largest cottonwood forest canopies remaining in the state of Arizona.
You can not miss it, it dominates the landscape around the San Pedro House and conservation area.
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