Between 1911 and 1923, Camp Naco provided security on the U.S.-Mexico border.

Outside of Bisbee, an old adobe fort offer a glimpse of life along the U.S.-Mexico border a century ago. Historic Camp Naco provided security on the border between 1911 and 1923, while Mexico underwent a revolution, and later served as a Buffalo Soldier base and as a home for the Civilian Conservation Corps.

In 2006, arson damaged many of the structures. But the attack also galvanized the local community to take action. With help from the Center for Desert Archaeology and the Naco Heritage Alliance, the town of Huachuca City are working to preserve and rehabilitate Camp Naco.